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College tuition increases range for 0% to 2%, Thompson’s term extended

CPE balances affordability and flexibility with new tuition rates

$2 million grant helps colleges better link students, business leaders

New statewide student success center to support equity, boost campus collaboration

First-of-its-kind analytics tool helps colleges eliminate blind spots in jobs and salary data

CPE and KYSTATS team up to enhance data and research for Kentucky campuses.

Universities get $203 million in additional federal funds

Colleges can use funding for variety of purposes.

Council calls for bold action to address declines in college enrollment

CPE working with key stakeholders in education to curb the trend.

Freshman enrollment holds steady at Kentucky universities

Despite pandemic, estimates reveal that students are still eager for campus experience

State starts incubator system to take ‘ideas’ to fruition

State universities, community colleges part of the partnership.

Health care jobs to remain in demand for decade: Study

Nurses, nursing instructors, pharmacists, mental health professionals, medical administrators

COVID expenses ring up $145 million tab for colleges

Federal reimbursements haven't covered all the losses.

In wake of pandemic, colleges get flexibility deciding student readiness

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ/CPE Public Affairs) – The Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education (CPE) is allowing greater flexibility for the 2020-21 academic year in how...

State hits jobs-producing work force milestone early

The state’s strategic plan, “Stronger by Degrees,” called on universities to produce at least 6,620 STEM+H degrees annually by the 2020-21 academic year.

Minority students making gains at state universities: Report

Minority and under-represented students made strides during the 2018-19 school year closing the achievement gap at Kentucky's colleges and universities.

Postsecondary Education votes to forgo tuition limits, amid coronavirus

The Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education, CPE, voted to forgo tuition limits for undergraduate students at public universities for next year.

State schools, colleges get $200 million in federal stimulus money

Money from the $2.2 trillion stimulus and coronavirus relief package approved by Congress last month continues to pour into the state.

Preparing high school students for college admissions

Many colleges and universities are being impacted by the coronavirus outbreak by no longer allowing students on campus.

Kentucky colleges, universities to seek funding increase

Public colleges are expected to ask for a 6.2% increase next fiscal year and an 8.8% increase in the 2022 fiscal year.

Speaker predicts House will pass pension bill

Lawmakers convened Friday after being called into session by Gov. Matt Bevin to take up his pension proposal.

Kentucky House to vote on pension bill, would cost system $1 billion

The Kentucky Senate has passed a bill that would let some public universities and other agencies leave the state's already struggling pension system, but would cost the system up to $1 billion.

CPE approves campus diversity plans

The Council on Postsecondary Education approved campus diversity plans for the public four-year universities and the 16 colleges of the Kentucky Community and Technical College System at its meeting Friday.

Kentucky colleges seek more funding in tight budget year

Kentucky's public colleges and universities want more money, but Republican lawmakers say the best they can hope for is to break even.

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