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Article: At small colleges, harsh lessons about cash flow

JenJenJenJenJenJenJenJen Registered User Posts: 1,116 Senior Member
I read this in today's NYT: http://www.nytimes.com/2016/04/30/us/small-colleges-losing-market-share-struggle-to-keep-doors-open.html?_r=0 ...my D17 is looking at small liberal arts colleges, and I went to one, so this article really peaked my interest. Some small colleges are struggling to stay balance their books, especially HBCU, women's schools, religious ones...but what does this say about the small LACs in general?

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