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Student fee part of Chun's plan to bring down WSU deficit
PULLMAN --Washington State’s athletic director sees one of his strong suits as the best avenue to ultimately bring his department’s deficit down ... he knows getting a mandatory student fee in place f... read more
WSU president announces sweeping budget cuts to reduce $30 million deficit
Washington State University ... multimillion-dollar deficit. A year ago, students balked when Schulz proposed charging students $50 per semester to bring the department into the black. The student fee... read more
College sports subsidies remain integral part of game
Still, ASU says it wants to bring down subsidies ... to end subsidies. There are no plans to end the athletic tuition waivers, he said. Sports is part of the universities, he said, just as the arts an... read more
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WSU Veterinary College Faces $2.4 Million Budget Shortfall With Oregon State Pullout
We can’t replace that student deficit in ... Tuition and operating fees from these students will partially offset the budget shortfall. Currently, the college turns down some 10 to 12 students for eve... read more
The Money Bowl
When schools don’t spend everything they bring in, they generally bank those revenues in reserve funds to guard against a down year ... they often raise student fees to cover the deficit or dip into t... read more
Shoestring Living: Be grateful every day
Journal it One of the best ways to make gratitude part of your daily life is to write it down. I strive to do this on my family blog and I encourage you to join me by taking a few moments each evening ... read more
Should WSU look to ASU example on student fee?
Washington State under President Kirk Schulz and former AD Bill Moos raised the idea of a new $50-per-semester fee in 2016. WSU students pay a $25 stadium renovation fee so the fee for athletics would ... read more
Illinois College Faculty Say Continued Cuts Have ‘Ripped the Guts Out’ of Public Higher Ed
Critics also point out the replacement of full-time staff with part-time teachers mean students will lose mentors, as well as staff who are regularly on campus and committed to helping them pass. Spea... read more
Big East in the Post-BCS World Pt. 4: What Schools Maximize Its Potential?
About a month ago, in the first article in this series, I tackled pinning down how much Big East sports were worth. Two days later, in part two ... financial deficit --- and paint Frank as an exceptio... read more
Reports from Occupy: 11/3
With police blocking the entrance to the bank, the teachers decided to go over the first part of the lesson plan ... a student from Aquinas College, rightly described Occupy Grand Rapids as a "movemen... read more
Wait, how big is NASA's budget again?
It’s actually listed under General Science, near the bottom right. That rectangle’s not very big, is it? And NASA is only a part of that section, so the space agency’s lion’s share is starting to look ... read more
Fall is the time to prepare your home for winter
In the fall, homeowners come to a mental crossroads. A part of us wants to stay outdoors and enjoy the pleasant autumn weather. But we also want to plunge into preparations for winter weather, the upc... read more