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Lane College Plans Layoffs

JACKSON, Tenn. ― Lane College President Logan Hampton says he must cut staff to align expenses with current revenues.

The funding is designed to help community colleges and other institutions provide better job training.

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The nation’s oldest historically Black private university named an educator and college administrator on Monday to serve as its president as it struggles with financial and other issues.

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The rate at which students default on federal student loans after three years dropped to 13.7 percent for students who began repaying their loans in fiscal 2011 — a full percentage point lower than the previous year’s cohort.

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In wake of Parent Plus loan “debacle,” Department of Education trying to quell anxiety as it moves toward the anticipated rollout of the system.

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Dr. Norman C. Francis’ decision to step down as president of Xavier University in New Orleans next year—a job that he’s held for nearly 47 years—has led to widespread speculation across the academic community over who might be his replacement.

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Kurt Schmoke Looks to Raise University of Baltimore’s Profile Diverse Conversations: Three Ways HBCUs Can Avoid Dying Out NYU’s Initiative for Women With Disabilities Provides Holistic Wellness Services Wilberforce University Moving Closer to Naming President

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Colleges are said to be shifting financial aid from low-income students to high-income ones to bolster their prestige and raise them up the rankings.

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The largest single gift in Centre College’s nearly 200-year history will create a new scholarship program for first-generation students, the liberal arts college announced.

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Future Financial Concerns Grip Generation X

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As the older Gen Xers turn 50 next year, there is a certain level of apprehension about the future of the economy.

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