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American Jewish University Campus Sale Fails

Plans by American Jewish University leaders to sell its 22-acre Los Angeles campus fell through last week, the Jewish Telegraphic...

Will a Partnership Save the King’s College?

Facing a possible closure due to financial struggles, the King’s College in New York announced Wednesday that it is exploring...

Judge Upholds Canisius Layoffs; Tenured Professors Appeal

A judge has upheld Canisius College’s layoffs of four tenured professors, who sued in response. “Plaintiffs question defendant’s assertion that...

The King’s College Loses Accreditation

Already facing severe financial pressures, the King’s College was dealt another blow last week when the Middle States Commission on...
A group of students sits in the high-ceilinged chapel at Notre Dame College watching a choir in blue and gold robes.

A Question of ‘Ethos and Identity’

The nuns who founded Notre Dame College in Ohio are cutting ties. Campus leaders are searching for solutions to retain its formal status as a Catholic college. 

Bellarmine Faculty Vote No Confidence in President, Others

Bellarmine University faculty members have voted no confidence in their president, provost and senior vice president. “The president has made...
Students traversing a staircase on the DePaul University campus.

What do DePaul’s Budget Woes Mean for Catholic Higher Ed?

DePaul University, the largest Catholic college in the U.S. in terms of total enrollment, is facing a projected budget gap of $56 million. Other religious institutions are faring even worse.

Students hold a banner that says "Justice 4 Dr. Heath" at a protest to save Scott Heath's job at Loyola University New Orleans.

Students Rally to Save Black Professor

Loyola University New Orleans students are speaking out on behalf of a Black assistant professor who they say is losing his job while mourning the loss of a friend.