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This week in 5 numbers: Heavy cuts come to St. Cloud State

Higher Ed Dive

We’re rounding up some of our top recent stories, from a program review at a public university to a private nonprofit under accreditor scrutiny.

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Citing FAFSA Delays, U.S. to Ease Requirements on Colleges

Inside Higher Ed

to Ease Requirements on Colleges Katherine Knott Tue, 02/13/2024 - 06:00 AM The Education Department will limit verification of aid applications and reduce program reviews to let institutions focus on students. Citing FAFSA Delays, U.S. Byline(s) Katherine Knott

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Liberty University Fined $14M for Clery Act Violations

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

The Clery Act requires institutions to provide important information about public safety issues to current students, parents, employees, prospective students and employees, and the public postsecondary schools participating in the federal student aid programs.

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What to Expect When You Visit a Department as an Outside Reviewer

The Chronicle of Higher Education

Tips for academic program reviewers on making the most of a campus visit. Tips for academic program reviewers on making the most of a campus visit. Halonen and Dana S. Getty Images.

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With new safeguards rule, cybersecurity programs become even more critical for higher ed

University Business

Department of Education was putting it through a program review for Title IV compliance. The department’s reason for the program review: concerns with how the college prepared for and responded to the data breach. In other words, what started with a breach turned into an audit of its entire financial aid program.

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UNCG Faculty Senate votes to censure chancellor, provost over program elimination process - JOE KILLIAN, Higher Ed Dive

Economics and Change in Higher Education

Greensboro’s Faculty Senate has voted to censure university’s chancellor and provost amid ongoing tensions over the process administrators are using to cut programs at the university. With 39 eligible to vote, the vote was 25-10 in favor of the censure, senate representatives reported Monday.

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Towson Business Ph.D. Program Duplicates Morgan State Offering, HBCU Advocates Allege

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

in Business Analytics differs in admission requirements, course content and program outcomes from Morgan State’s excellent Ph.D TU took great effort to try to address any concerns as directed through the program review process. “TU’s STEM-centered Ph.D