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Latest News

  • Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College to Become Co-Ed 06/04/2015 - Saint Mary-of-the-Woods

    Saint Mary-of-the-Woods has decided to become fully coeducational and will be accepting applications from men as commuter students starting in the fall of 2015. The college plans to have men become residential students in the fall of 2016. This decision was based on a need to raise enrollment at the college.


  • Shaw University Appoints Dr. Tashni Dubroy 17th President 06/04/2015 - Shaw University

    Dr. Tashni Dubroy has been appointed president of Shaw University. Currently Dr. Dubroy is special assistant to the president for process optimization at Shaw and will assume her new duties effective August 1st.


  • Tennessee Board of Regents appoints new presidents at Chattanooga State CC, Motlow State CC, and Southwest Tennessee CC 06/04/2015 - Tennessee Board of Regents

    Dr. Flora Tydings has been appointed president of Chattanooga State Community College. She is currently president of Athens Technical College and will assume her new position effective July 13th. Dr. Anthony G. Kinkel, currently president of Wichita Area Technical College will become president of Motlow State effective August 1st. Dr. Tracy Hall, currently vice president of academic affairs at Saint Louis Community College-Forest Park, will become president of Southwest Tennessee Community College effective July 13th.


  • Career Education will Close or Sell all but Two of its Schools 05/28/2015 - The Chicago Tribune

    Career Education announced it will be shutting down 14 Sanford-Brown campuses and plans to sell Briarcliffe College in New York, Brooks Institute in California and Missouri College. The two largest of Career Education schools, Colorado Technical University and American InterContinental University, will continue to operate.


  • Clarkson University and Union Graduate College Merger Moves Forward 05/27/2015 - Clarkson University

    The merger of Union Graduate College into Clarkson University has been approved by the boards of trustees of both institutions. The actual merger date is planned for January 1, 2016. The merged entity will be called Clarkson University, and Unions Graduate College will become the Clarkson University Capital Region Campus.


  • Washington College Names Former FDIC Chair Sheila Bair 28th President 05/27/2015 - Washington College

    Sheila C. Bair, former chair of the FDIC has been named the 28th president of Washington College. She will be the college’s first female president. Ms. Bair will replace interim president Jay Griswold effective August 1st.


  • Dr. Harvey Kesselman to Remain Stockton University’s Acting President 05/27/2015 - Stockton University

    Dr. Harvey Kesselman has withdrawn from his contract to become president of the University of Southern Maine in order to continue as acting president at Stockton University. The current president of SU is on medical leave and the university has asked Dr. Kesselman stay until new leadership can be determined.


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Administrator Updates

  • Shaw University Appoints Dr. Tashni Dubroy 17th President 06/04/2015 - Shaw University

    Dr. Tashni Dubroy has been appointed president of Shaw University. Currently Dr. Dubroy is special assistant to the president for process optimization at Shaw and will assume her new duties effective August 1st.

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  • Coppin State University Names Evelyn Maria Thompson President 05/20/2015 - The Baltimore Sun

    Evelyn Maria Thompson has been named president of Coppin State University. Currently Dr. Thompson is the provost at SUNY Oneonta. She will replace the interim president, Mortimer Neufville, on July 1st. Dr. Thompson will be the first woman to hold the office of president at Coppin State.

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  • Roosevelt University Names Dr. Ali Malekzadeh as Next President 04/02/2015 - Chicago Tribune

    Dr. Ali Malekzadeh has been named president of Roosevelt University. He currently serves as Business Dean at Kansas State University. Dr. Malekzadeh will replace President Charles Middleton who retires from Roosevelt at the end of June.

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Accreditation Updates

  • Virginia University of Lynchburg No Longer on Probation 11/03/2014 - The News & Advance

    Virginia University of Lynchburg was put on probation by the Transnational Association of Christian Colleges and Schools (TRACS) in October 2013...

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  • Harrisburg Area Community College Accreditation No Longer on Warning Status 07/15/2014 - The Patriot News (Penn Live)

    The Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE) has taken Harrisburg Area Community College off of warning status. HACC was placed on...

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  • University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences Receives Accreditation 07/15/2014 - University of St. Augustine

    The Western Association of Schools and Colleges, Accrediting Commission for Senior Colleges and Universities (WASC-Sr) has granted the University...

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