Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is promoting his proposal to spend more than $134 million on the newly consolidated Connecticut State Colleges and Universities system.
The two youngest members of the U.S. Senate are co-sponsoring legislation aimed at lowering college costs by withholding federal funds from schools that fail to meet new national affordability and quality standards — a proposal likely to draw strong opposition from higher education institutions.
A new survey of donations to colleges and universities shows 14 Connecticut schools received a combined total of more than $746 million last year.
Twenty-four administrative positions in Connecticut’s higher education system are being eliminated under a plan that reorganizes how the state’s universities and community colleges are managed.
Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has named six people to the state’s new Board of Regents for Higher Education, which will oversee the state’s 12 community colleges and four regional state universities.