Budgets

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U Of Minnesota President Says Progress Made In Trimming Administration

The University of Minnesota prepares to ask legislators to approve a $1.8 billion budget as some lawmakers question a Wall Street Journal story that showed the school has an excessive administration budget.

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Harford CC OKs Operating Budget Planning To Spend 1.8% More

The Harford Community College Board of Trustees unanimously approved a plan Tuesday evening to spend $47,019,736 in the 2013-14 fiscal year, an increase in spending of $829,448, or 1.8 percent, over the current fiscal year.

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Higher Education And The California Budget

Brown's Plan Offers More Money For Colleges And Universities

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Report Ties Imported Workforce To Colo. College Funding Levels

A new study reports that Colorado's largely imported workforce and the lack of a diversified economy could be factors in a relatively low level of state funding for colleges and universities.

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City College's New Divide

After the good news of Prop. A’s passage, CCSF discovered it wasn’t on track to meet its required enrollment numbers

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Electronic Payroll Options Offer Tremendous Benefits

With campus leaders looking to streamline operations and save resources, electronic payroll options are very appealing. The printing, envelope stuffing, and mailing costs associated with paper checks make them an administrative burden, says Anthony Peculic, senior director of product strategy at ADP.

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Jerry Brown's Budget Likely Will Help Schools And Colleges, Hurt Courts, Child Care

Offering a brief glimpse of his new spending plan, Gov. Jerry Brown said Tuesday he will propose a "live-within-our-means" budget on Thursday that spends more money on higher education and K-12 schools in the next fiscal year.

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WWU, Other Universities Want to Cut Deal With Lawmakers

Six Washington state university presidents say they will agree to freeze tuition for the next two years if the state infuses $225 million into their budgets.

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WWU, Other Universities Want to Cut Deal With Lawmakers

Six Washington state university presidents say they will agree to freeze tuition for the next two years if the state infuses $225 million into their budgets.

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