As small liberal-arts colleges struggle to hold onto their share of the student market, they face many challenges: how to remain financially sound, how to attract new students, how to persuade faculty members to build their careers there. This 36-page collection looks at some of the strategies the colleges use to stay economically and academically strong, and at the weaknesses that have brought a few of them down.
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