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Leadership & Policy
Decline in Spring College Enrollment Slowed Prior to COVID-19, Says Report
Data gathered prior to the impact of COVID-19 shows there was a decrease in postsecondary enrollment in spring 2020 but the pace of decline slowed compared to the previous four years, says a report from the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center.
June 8, 2020
Berea College Praised For Coronavirus Response
Kentucky’s Berea College is winning plaudits for the way it is dealing with the coronavirus crisis. Berea has canceled all in-person classes from March 13 until, it appears, the end of the academic year. The institution has also put in place measures to help families deal with the financial impact of asking most students to leave campus.
March 12, 2020
A Kentucky Christian University Plans to Offer Programs in West Virginia
Campbellsville University, a private Christian university in Kentucky, may start offering degree programs in West Virginia. The West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission approved the programs in a late-September meeting, the Huntington Herald-Dispatch reported. The university plans to focus on providing theology programs for both undergraduates and graduates, Campbellsville University Senior Vice President Dr. H. […]
October 7, 2019
Returning to her Rural Roots: bell hooks
On a Friday morning late last spring, bell hooks was sitting comfortably on a couch perfectly situated in a spacious single-family home that Berea College purchased and had since converted into an Institute bearing her name.
October 31, 2018
Judge Orders Kentucky Gov. Bevin to Release Money for Universities
FRANKFORT, Ky. ― A state judge has ordered Republican Gov. Matt Bevin to release $17.8 million to most public colleges and universities. Franklin Circuit Judge Thomas Wingate signed the order on Monday. It says Bevin must release the money within three days. Bevin had ordered cuts of 2 percent at most public colleges and universities, […]
October 17, 2016
Kentucky Governor Won’t Fight Decision Banning Him from Cutting College Budgets
FRANKFORT, Ky. ― Kentucky’s Republican governor has accepted the state Supreme Court’s decision banning him from cutting college budgets without legislative approval, officially closing the first of several legal challenges brought against him since he took office in December. A spokeswoman for Matt Bevin confirmed Thursday that he did not ask the state’s highest court […]
October 13, 2016
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