School officials have spent more than $280,000 on repairs and renovations at the Georgia Regents University president’s home since 2010 without seeking approval from the state Board of Regents, according to documents.
Construction has begun on the $100 million College Town mixed-use development at the University of Rochester. The plan calls for the 500,000 square feet of retail and dining space, hotel and conference facilities, parking and housing.
The Texas A&M board of regents announced approval of the redevelopment of the Aggies' longtime home with plans to expand capacity to 102,500, making it the largest stadium in the SEC and the third-largest stadium in college football.
John Griswold, executive director of Commonfund Institute, talks in this Q&A about how colleges and universities can make smart choices in an uncertain economy, and details the major factors influencing investment decisions.
In this web seminar, Scannell & Kurz offers best practices in deploying scarce aid resources, while discussing how to evaluate the effectiveness of current pricing and award strategies and how to identify opportunities to increase net tuition.
Unless lawmakers find the money, Oklahoma's higher education facilities will be forced to fork over an additional $24 million a year in bond costs that education leaders previously believed were going to be shouldered by the state.