The department has been uneven in recent years at data keeping for default rates, which has been scrutinized for lacking context on the raw numbers associated with graduation or attrition rates.
A federal judge in Massachusetts has dismissed a lawsuit from former students at Mount Ida College, who claimed that the school defrauded them by not disclosing the financial struggles of […]
Cheyney University will be among 14 colleges and universities in the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education will be authorized to set its own tuition rates, likely beginning in 2020.
While some higher education officials and state lawmakers are questioning if Cheyney University will be able to stabilize quickly enough to save its accreditation, officials at the embattled historically black […]
Cheyney University will remain fully accredited for another year, while officials work to resolve issues with academic and financial deficiencies. The Middle States Commission on Higher Education issued the second […]
Cheyney University, the nation’s oldest HBCU which has been saddled by debt and eyed for potential consolidation by state legislators, faces another obstacle on its uphill climb to survival. Enrollment […]
In April, Cheyney University was at the center of a controversial legislative outline for college mergers and closures of member schools within the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education. But […]
When executive leadership turns over at an institution of higher education, context matters. In some instances, executives who’ve served long tenures retire with preparations made and accreditation, financial solvency, and […]
A few weeks ago, the University of Massachusetts System made headlines when it allowed its flagship campus in Amherst to buy a cash-strapped private liberal arts school, Mount Ida College, […]
A report commissioned by Pennsylvania lawmakers has revealed several recommendations for the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) to get rid of a vast number of its 14 public colleges […]