How One Campus United Behind a Budget-Cutting Effort

Matt Dilyard, College of Wooster

Grant Cornwell, president of the College of Wooster: “The people who might actually have ideas about how 
to do things differently are not sitting in a cabinet room. They’re on the ground in departments and divisions.”
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A heavy dependence on tuition dollars means, for many colleges, keeping the cost for students as low as possible, to maintain enrollment. That generates little revenue growth. Net tuition revenue at private colleges is projected to increase by only...

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