05/20/13: The Cleveland Plain-Dealer quotes Jonathan Robe in an editorial on university presidents’ high salaries.
05/17/13: New Mexico Watchdog quotes Jonathan Robe for an article about increased institutional spending.
05/02/13: Diverse: Issues in Higher Education quotes Associate Director Josh Hall on college spending and the tendency for colleges to try and outspend one another.
05/01/13: Inside Higher Ed quotes Faculty Fellow David Ridpath for a story about athletic fees and the student anger they sometimes incite.
04/22/13: The Hampton Roads, VA Daily Press references a CCAP report on rising tuition cost in an editorial.
04/21/13: The Lockport Union-Sun & Journal (NY) references CCAP’s underemployment study in a column on higher education and vocational schools.
04/20/13: The Oklahoma City Sentinel quotes Associate Director Joshua Hall on the efficiency of Oklahoma’s higher-education system and its hidden costs.
04/17/13: Diverse: Issues in Higher Education quotes Associate Director Joshua Hall on a shift in rankings that reflect efficiency.
04/17/13: Oklahoma Watchdog interviewed Associate Director Josh Hall and Richard Vedder for an article about Dr. Hall’s analysis of Oklahoma’s spending on higher education.
04/15/13: MSN Money cites CCAP’s underemployment study in an article about student loan debt and the housing market.
04/14/13: The Financial Times cites CCAP’s underemployment study in an article about American policymakers looking at ways to import the German model of job training (registration required).
04/08/13: The Street quotes Jonathan Robe and cites CCAP for a story about the value of going to college.
04/05/13: The Washington Post quotes Richard Vedder on the rise of chess teams and its parallels to an athletics arms race.
04/05/13: The Daily Caller quotes Richard Vedder in an article about immigration and its effects on college employment.
04/03/13: The Guardian references some of CCAP’s research in an article about student-loan debt.
04/01/13: Russia Today cites CCAP’s underemployment study when reporting on the number of students working minimum-wage jobs.
03/31/13: The Huffington Post cites CCAP’s January study on college graduate underemployment in an article about 284,000 college graduates working minimum-wage jobs.
03/27/13: The Port Huron Times-Herald cites CCAP’s work on administrative staffing increases in an article about Michigan collegiate spending and staffing.
03/27/13: The Philadelphia Daily News references CCAP’s underemployment study in a story about the NCAA basketball tournament and student debt.
03/25/13: The Wall Street Journal’s Market Watch cites CCAP research on the profit or losses that result from the NCAA basketball tournament.
03/25/13: Time magazine quotes Faculty Fellow David Ridpath on his research about student perceptions of athletic fees.
03/18/13: Fox News Channel University quotes Richard Vedder on the price of student services and their effects on tuition.
03/14/13: The Harvard Business Review cites a 2010 CCAP study on tenure and its negative effects that hamper flexibility.
03/12/13: Business Insider quotes Jonathan Robe on the rising college costs ans the reactions of parents.
03/12/13: Bloomberg quotes Jonathan Robe discussing faculty perks and benefits as tuition increases.
03/08/13: The New York Times quotes CCAP’s underemployment report in an opinion column on the “new normal” in higher education.
03/07/13: The Hechinger Report cites research by CCAP on average salaries for graduates by field of study.
03/06/13: The Naples News (FL) quotes Richard Vedder in an article about student loans.
03/06/13: The National Legal and Policy Center mentions CCAP’s underemployment study in a piece on federal student loans.
03/06/13: Reuters mentions CCAP’s underemployment study on a short piece about student debt.
03/04/13: CCAP is mentioned in a special report from the Chronicle of Higher Education on the graduate and employer mismatch for our underemployment study.
03/01/13: The Christian Science Monitor quotes Richard Vedder on MOOCs and their potential to reduce higher-education costs.
02/28/13: ABC-WFTS in Tampa, FL quotes Richard Vedder on administrative costs and rising tuition.
02/27/13: Fox Business quotes Jonathan Robe on why students default on their loans.
02/21/13: USA Today quotes Faculty Fellow David Ridpath in an article about Miami University and its trouble with the NCAA.
02/21/13: CBS Moneywatch covers CCAP’s list of colleges with the best professors.
02/19/13: The New York Times quotes Faculty Fellow David Ridpath discussing Florida Atlantic University selling stadium naming rights to a private prison corporation.
02/13: Kiplinger quotes Richard Vedder in their February issue on the value of higher education and its effect on giving students financial prosperity.
1/29/13: The Huffington Post reported on CCAP’s underemployment study and the tension between its findings and public-policy approaches to higher education.
1/29/13: CNBC covers CCAP’s underemployment study and the strains in higher education.
1/28/13: ABC News, in a report on the stock market, mentions CCAP’s underemployment study.
1/28/13: The Chronicle of Higher Education reports on CCAP’s underemployment study and public-policy effects.
1/28/13: National Review reports on CCAP’s new study and Anthony Carnevale’s criticism.
1/28/13: USA Today recaps CCAP’s new underemployment study and the possible ramifications of overinvestment in higher education.
1/28/13: Inside Higher Ed reports on CCAP’s new underemployment study and the diverging views of Richard Vedder and Anthony Carnevale.
1/28/13: The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review covers CCAP’s new study on underemployment that states nearly half of college graduates are underemployed.
1/28/13: CNN Money reports on CCAP’s new study analyzing underemployment among college graduates.
1/21/13: The Lincoln Journal Star references CCAP’s 2012 report on the University of Nebraska system for an article on administrative bloat and other problems.
1/21/13: Forbes quotes Richard Vedder discussing the shaky financial future of many institutions in higher education.
1/18/13: Forbes cites research by Richard Vedder on economic output and federal higher-education subsidies.
1/14/13: Richard Vedder is quoted by the Springfield News-Sun on Ohio State University changing policy to require sophomores to live in dorms.
12/19/12: The Wall Street Journal quotes Richard Vedder on the benefits of merit-based scholarships over need-based scholarships (pay wall).
12/19/12: In an article for Bloomberg, John Hechinger and Janet Lorin quote Richard Vedder on reform in higher education and its possibilities.
12/19/12: Your Houston News mentions Richard Vedder in his role as a contributor to a new study from the Texas Public Policy foundation about reforming Texas’ higher-education system.
12/14/2012: A blog from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution mentions Richard Vedder while discussing the merits of differential tuition costs based upon a student’s major.
12/13/12: Andrew Martin of the New York Times interviewed Richard Vedder for an article on colleges using debt financing to construct new buildings and the cost pressures such actions exert.
12/13/12: Katrina Trinko in National Review Online quoted Richard Vedder in an article about efforts in Florida and Texas to offer a $10,000 college degree.
11/13/12: Forbes quoted Jonathan Robe in an article about America’s most expensive colleges and the factor that prestige plays in pushing up tuition costs.
11/08/12: The Blaze cited a CCAP report on the increase of support staff in higher education.
11/06/12: Live Trading News quoted Richard Vedder at length for an article about 50 percent of college graduates not holding degree-worthy jobs.
11/05/12: Moneywatch quoted Richard Vedder on an article discussing the high number of janitors, clerks, and waiters with college degrees.
11/05/12: World on Campus quoted Jonathan Robe in an article on college affordability and how colleges present their justifications for tuition and expenses.
11/03/12: The Hamilton Journal-News quoted Richard Vedder for an article on Ohio State President Gordon Gee’s executive pay doubling.
10/31/12: Fox Business quoted Jonathan Robe in an article on four ways colleges can lower costs.
10/23/12: The Pennsylvania Independent quoted Jonathan Robe on the importance of traditional colleges integrating online courses into their curriculum.
10/18/12: The Fiscal Times referenced a 2011 CCAP report in an article on hidden fees and expenses during college.
09/19/12: National Review Online references Richard Vedder in a blog on student debt and the cost of higher education.
09/18/12: Bloomberg Businessweek published an article discussing student-loan debt and quoted Richard Vedder.
09/18/12: The Fiscal Times cites a CCAP report on mandatory fees that make college more expensive than parents and students expect.
09/11/12: The Atlantic, in an article arguing against the theory that college is a bubble, references Richard Vedder’s work on underemployed graduates.
09/09/12: In an article for The Daily Beast, Megan McArdle quoted Richard Vedder on the value of college and whether it’s a lousy investment.
08/29/12: California Watch interviewed Richard Vedder about equality in higher education as tuition increases.
08/29/12: Associate Director Josh Hall was quoted by The Fiscal Times on the effect that increasingly luxurious college dorms have on rising tuition.
08/10/12: Bloomberg Businessweek quoted Richard Vedder in an article about free online courses and motivations for students to enter college.
08/02/12: The Heartlander quoted Jonathan Robe discussing the effect that government aid has on student loans.
07/26/12: The Times Higher Education of the UK quoted Richard Vedder on the ambiguity of university governance and the problems that result.
07/24/12: CCAP Faculty Fellow David Ridpath was interviewed by CBS Sports about the Penn State scandal and what it meant for the program moving forward.
07/18/12: The Indiana Daily Student cited a 2010 CCAP policy paper and quoted Jonathan Robe on shifting employer expectations and the signaling effect that increases the demand for college degrees, but not necessarily college skills.
07/15/12: The Casper Star-Tribune extensively quoted Richard Vedder’s speech at Hillsdale College in a piece about college costs and federal student aid.
06/29/12: Inside Higher Ed interviewed Richard Vedder on Rick Santorum and Barack Obama’s back-and-forth on the necessity of a college education.
06/04/12: The Lexington Clipper-Herald covered CCAP’s release of a study on the University of Nebraska highed-education system, and quoted him on the rising cost of college.
06/04/12: Michigan Live quoted Richard Vedder in an article on state politicians earmarking funding for their alma maters.
05/27/12: The Boston Globe cited CCAP research on the underemployment of individuals with doctorates and professional degrees.
04/20/12: Michael Rosen, in a piece for AEI’s The American identified Richard Vedder as the “foremost national expert on college tuition.”
04/05/12: A Toledo Blade editoral quoted Richard Vedder criticizing the large employee bonuses that the Dayton Daily News reported earlier this week.
04/03/12: The Dayton Daily News covered the 2011 bonuses Ohio State University awarded to employees and quoted Richard Vedder.
04/03/12: The editor of Parenting magazine cited CCAP research in a column on preparing children for college.
04/02/12: A story by Patrick McGuigan for CapitolBeatOK on the graduation rate of the University of Oklahoma quoted Jonathan Robe.
03/31/12: A story by Todd Finkelmeyer for The Capital Times covered Richard Vedder’s participation in a higher ed conference in Madison Wisconsin.
03/25/12: A piece for the Boston Globe on the role government financial aid plays in college costs cited CCAP research.
03/25/12: Clarence Page devoted his March 25, 2012 column on the success of colleges at teaching critical thinking and quoted Richard Vedder.
03/23/12: A story for Mint Press News on state-based grants for college students quoted Andrew Gillen.
03/22/12: A segment on NPR’s “Talk of the Nation” discussed Richard Vedder’s research on the “value-added” of a collegiate education.
03/22/12: In a op-ed for CNN.com, former U.S. Secretary of Education William Bennett cited Andrew Gillen’s research on the relationship between tuition and government financial aid.
03/21/12: George Leef summarized CCAP research on federal financial aid and tuition in a piece for the Clarion Call.
03/18/12: An op-ed on tuition subsidies in the Detroit Free Press quoted Richard Vedder.
03/15/12: A story for CaliforniaWatch.org on public university building projects in California quoted Richard Vedder.
03/11/12: A story for SmartMoney on college athletics and the associated costs cited CCAP research.
03/11/12: In his syndicated column, Clarence Page talked about alternatives to college and extensively quoted Richard Vedder.
03/09/12: A piece by Hans Bader on the “higher education bubble” for OpenMarket.org cited Andrew Gillen’s research.
02/21/12: Minding the Campus hosted a forum with reactions to CCAP research related to the hypothesis that federal financial aid contributes to tuition increases.
02/11/12: The Tennessean ran a story on debt burdens of college students in Tennessee and quoted Richard Vedder.
02/09/12: A Yahoo! News post on the history of college rankings cited CCAP research.
02/06/12: The Daily published a story on the growth of higher education administrators cited CCAP research and quoted Richard Vedder.
01/27/12: Julie Mack filed a story in the Kalamazoo Gazette on college costs which cited CCAP research and quoted Richard Vedder.
01/27/12: A post on HotAir.com discussed Richard Vedder’s musings on the need for higher education reform.
01/26/12: A piece by Alex Pollock for The American on student loan reform cited Richard Vedder.
01/26/12: A story in Inside Higher Ed on President Obama’s comments on higher education in the 2012 “State of the Union” address quoted Jonathan Robe.
01/19/12: The Washington Times, in a news report on a proposal in Michigan to offer tuition-free education, quoted Richard Vedder.
01/13/12: A story in the Austin American-Statesman covered Richard Vedder’s involvement in a forum on higher education in Texas.
12/15/11: Richard Vedder was quoted in a story by Times Higher Education on the role a “campus building frenzy” plays in rising college costs.
12/14/11: NextGen Journal published a story on efforts to cut college costs and quoted Richard Vedder.
12/06/11: Human Events reported on Andrew Gillen’s participation in a panel on higher ed student loans.
12/04/11: A story on the finances of college athletics for the Louisville Carrier-Journal quoted Matthew Denhart.
11/17/11: An article by Mark Kantrowitz for FastWeb.com on net tuition and net price of college discussed CCAP research.
11/17/11: Richard Vedder participated in an online symposium for US News and World Report on the question: “Is a College Degree Still Worth It?”
11/07/11: A news story in Inside Higher Ed on student loan repayment programs quoted Andrew Gillen.
11/06/11: An opinion piece in the Pittsburgh Post-Dispatch cited CCAP’s research on underemployment of college graduates.
10/28/11: A story for Investor’s Business Daily on student loan debt quoted Andrew Gillen.
10/28/11: An article in The Deal Magazine on for-profit higher education cited CCAP research on tuition inflation.
10/26/11: A news article for the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review on student loan debt quoted Richard Vedder.
10/22/11: A story in the New York Post on student loan debt quoted Andrew Gillen.
10/21/11: The Plains Daily profiled CCAP’s research on higher education in North Dakota.
10/16/11: A column in the Las Vegas Sun, which argued that higher education is not working, cited Richard Vedder.
10/12:11: A U.S. News & World Report article on alternatives to a college education cited Richard Vedder.
09/19:11: A story on whether college is still worth it for The Miami Herald quoted Richard Vedder.
09/14/11: In his syndicated column, Walter Williams discussed CCAP research on the underemployment of college graduates.
09/10/11: Michelle Singletary extensively quoted Richard Vedder in a Washington Post column devoted to Texas Gov. Rick Perry’s push for lower cost bachelor’s degrees.
09/06/11: Richard Vedder contributed to a New York Times ”Room for Debate” forum on whether or not a $10,000 bachelor’s degree is feasible.
08/25/11: A story in The New York Times on the future of online college courses quoted Richard Vedder.
08/23/11: Richard Vedder participated in a New York Times ”Room for Debate” forum on whether the U.S. spends too much on education.
08/09/11: A story by David Hogberg for Investor’s Business Daily on university administrative bloat quoted Daniel Bennett.
08/05/11: A piece in InsideHigherEd on the college-high school earnings premium extensively quoted Richard Vedder.
07/24/11: In an essay for MindingtheCampus.com, Charlotte Allen discussed CCAP research on college faculty teaching productivity.
07/22/11: A story on college credential inflation in The New York Times quoted Richard Vedder.
07/21/11: A report in The Washington Times on tuition increases for Fiscal Year 2012 extensively quoted Richard Vedder.
07/19/11: Michael Barone warned of a college bubble driven by massive public subsidies in a column that cited Richard Vedder
07/07/11: A piece in The Economist focused on Vance Fried’s research on developing new cost models in higher education.
07/06/11: John Stossel mentioned Richard Vedder in his column devoted to “The College Scam.”
07/06/11: An article in The Christian Science Monitor on making college more affordable quoted Richard Vedder.
06/30/11: An article in The Washington Times on the new online tuition-comparison tool the Department of Education published quoted Richard Vedder.
06/27/11: A post by Lynn O’Shaughnessy for CBS MoneyWatch cited CCAP research on faculty teaching productivity.
06/23/11: An article by Murray Evans for Forbes quoted Richard Vedder.
06/20/11: R.R. Reno cited Richard Vedder in a column for First Things.
06/17/11: An article in The Canberra Times on the spill-over effects of higher education cited CCAP research.
06/16/11: A piece by Margaret Wente for The Globe and Mail cited Richard Vedder.
06/05/11: An article on the Ohio State football program in The Columbus Dispatch quoted Richard Vedder and David Ridpath.
06/05/11: Daniel Bennett participated in a New York Times “Room for Debate” forum on regulating for-profit colleges.
06/02/11: A post by Tina Korbe devoted to the “gainful employment” regulations quoted Daniel L. Bennett.
05/31/11: Anthony Grafton and James Grossman criticized CCAP’s analysis of faculty productivity in teaching.
05/25/11: A story in The Chronicle of Higher Education on college administrative staffing levels cited CCAP research.
05/25/11: The Texas Tribune covered the debate in Texas over CCAP’s analysis of faculty productivity and costs at the University of Texas at Austin.
05/24/11: Daniel Luzer of Washington Monthly commented on CCAP’s research on faculty productivity.
05/23/11: The Austin American-Statesman profiled CCAP’s preliminary analysis of faculty productivity at the University of Texas at Austin.
05/22/11: A story on “runaway tuition” in the Des Moines Register quoted Richard Vedder.
05/20/11: Rich Lowry cited Richard Vedder in his May 20, 2011 column on rising student debt.
05/18/11: An article titled, “Questioning the Value of College for All,” published by TakePart, featured Richard Vedder.
05/16/11: A story for Inside Higher Ed on the future career prospects for tenured professors quoted Richard Vedder.
04/28/11: Times Higher Education reported on CCAP’s research on the question of whether undergraduates pay more in tuition than it actually costs to educate them.
04/27/11: A story on a potential college bubble in the Chicago Tribune quoted Richard Vedder: “”Higher education is one big bailout.”
04/19/11: In an article on undergraduate business education, The Economist cited Richard Vedder.
04/19/11: William McGurn quoted Richard Vedder in his “Main Street” column on rising college costs for The Wall Street Journal (sub req’d).
04/18/11: Richard Vedder contributed to a New York Times “Room for Debate” forum on the inadequacy of undergraduate business degree programs.
04/08/11: Amanda M. Fairbanks cited Richard Vedder and Matthew Denhart in a story for The Huffington Post on the debate over faculty pay structures.
04/07/11: The Chronicle of Higher Education highlighted CCAP’s research on the comparisons between what students pay to colleges and what those colleges actually spend directly on education.
04/01/11: Richard Vedder participated in a New York Times “Room for Debate” forum on falling acceptance rates at elite colleges.
04/01/11: An article, published by American Thinker, cited Richard Vedder in the context of the public policy push for increasing the proportion of American college graduates.
03/31/11: The Academic Cooperation Association in Brussels reviewed CCAP’s research on higher ed-specific price indices in their March 2011 newsletter (sub req’d).
03/29/11: Phyllis Schlafly highlighted CCAP’s research on trends in the underemployment of college graduates in her column on government spending on education
03/22/11: In an article for Slate, Timothy Noah quoted Richard Vedder on why tuition costs have risen so much.
03/21/11: A story for SmartMoney on college sports references Richard Vedder and CCAP’s work on college athletic fees.
03/13/11: The Las Vegas Review-Journal cited Richard Vedder in a piece on whether U.S. college attendance must be dramatically increased.
03/07/11: A CNBC.com special on the future of the liberal-arts education model quoted Richard Vedder: “A college diploma doesn’t really cut it anymore as a sure path to success.”
02/20/11: Daniel DeVise blogged for The Washington Post about Andrew Gillen and Richard Vedder’s emphasis on the the three “I’s” of higher ed reform: incentives, information and innovation.
02/05/11: The NCAA responded to CCAP’s research of student views on the use of student fee money for athletics funding.
01/31/11: A piece in the Columbus Dispatch referenced CCAP’s survey of Ohio University students to gauge student opinion of athletics funding.
01/31/11: USAToday covered the results of CCAP’s survey of college students’ opinions regarding the use of student fee money at Ohio University to fund intercollegiate athletics.
01/30/11: A news story in The Wall Street Journal reported on CCAP’s research on student views on institutional athletics funding at Ohio University.
01/24/11: A story in the Winnipeg Free Press on the topic of how much college students actually learn mentioned Richard Vedder’s writings on the topic.
01/17/11: The cover story for the January-February 2011 issue of Change magazine focused upon CCAP research by Matthew Denhart and Richard Vedder on intercollegiate athletics.
01/12/11: At Phi Beta Cons, George Leef commented upon CCAP’s work in analyzing faculty compensation costs at Texas A & M University.
01/11/11: Neal McCluskey of the Cato Institute referenced CCAP’s research on the trends in underemployment of college graduates.
12/29/10: The Pope Center listed the release of Richard Vedder’s book, Going Broke By Degree, as one of the top 10 most influential events affecting American higher education during the past decade.
12/20/10: A story on vocational colleges for CNBC quoted Richard Vedder.
12/16/10: A Forbes column by Jerry Bowyer on the topic of a looming college bubble referenced Richard Vedder’s work on higher education.
12/14/10: A story in InsideHigherEd on college alumni satisfaction presented Richard Vedder’s critique of the survey.
12/13/10: Jennifer Rubin at the Washington Posts’ “Right Turn“ reacted to Richard Vedder’s claim that college isn’t for everyone.
12/10/10: Minding the Campus hosted a forum discussion on CCAP’s research on college graduate underemployment.
11/29/10:Richard Vedder joined the discussion at The New York Times’ “Room for Debate” on why French scholars migrate to the U.S.
11/18/10: InsideHigherEd ran a story on CCAP’s report titled 25 Ways to Reduce the Cost of College.
11/17/10: The Pope Center’s George Leef reviewed CCAP’s report on college accreditation.
11/16/10: A Heritage Foundation webmemo on Pell Grants and college affordability referenced CCAP research.
11/10/10: The Chronicle of Higher Education summarized some of CCAP’s report 25 Ways to Reduce the Cost of College.
11/08/10: A story in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution cited CCAP’s research on intercollegiate athletics.
10/31/10: An article on college affordability in Lumina Foundation’s Focus quoted Richard Vedder.
10/28/10: A story in Businessweek on the rise in college costs quoted Richard Vedder.
10/28/10: An article in Clutch referenced Richard Vedder’s writings on HBCU’s.
10/28/10: A story on tuition hikes in The Christian Science Monitor quoted Richard Vedder.
10/20/10: The Chronicle of Higher Education highlighted CCAP’s report on higher education accreditation.
10/17/10: Richard Vedder participated in the New York Times’ Room for Debate forum on the topic, “Do Colleges Need French Departments?”
10/12/10: A story in US News & World Report, “Here Come $60,000-A-Year Colleges,” quoted Richard Vedder.
10/12/10: The BBC ran a story about the implications of a tuition fees market in Britain and referenced Richard Vedder
10/11/10: An AP story on the costs incurred by taxpayers by college dropouts cited Richard Vedder
09/30/10: National Center for Policy Analysis cited Richard Vedder in its “Brief Analysis No. 726.”
09/22/10: USA Today ran a frontpage story which quoted Matthew Denhart on how student fees are used to finance college athletics.
09/21/10: A feature story in the Chronicle of Higher Education on the newest installment of the College Board’s “Education Pays” report quoted Richard Vedder.
09/10/10: A Washington Post article on whether a college degree is worth the high cost quoted Richard Vedder.
08/27/10: A story on whether everyone should go to college, published by The Huffington Post, quoted Richard Vedder.
08/24/10: Richard Vedder was quoted in an article in USA Today on the job market for college graduates.
08/12/10: Campus Overload, a college blog at The Washington Post, discussed the Forbes/CCAP rankings.
08/12/10: The Huffington Post mentioned the 2010 Forbes/CCAP college rankings.
08/09/10: An article on college debt, published on Msnbc.com, cited Richard Vedder.
07/29/10: Richard Vedder participated in the New York Times’ Room for Debate forum on the question: What if College Tenure Dies?
07/28/10: An article for Minding the Campus quoted Daniel L. Bennett on the topic of gainful employment.
07/09/10: A New York Times article on college spending for recreation quoted Richard Vedder.
05/15/10: An article in the New York Times quoted Richard Vedder on whether some people should forgo college.
03/01/10: A news blurb for Inside Higher Ed summarized a debate, in which Richard Vedder participated, on whether the U.S. needs more college graduates.
02/04/10: Richard Vedder participated in the New York Times’ Room for Debate forum by responding to the question: What is the federal government’s role in controlling college costs?
01/28/10: Daniel L. Bennett was cited in a story by Fox 5 on student loan repayment.
01/14/10: Daniel L. Bennett was cited in an article for Minding the Campus on for-profit schools.
01/07/10: Richard Vedder was quoted by the Washington Examiner in an article addressing tuition hikes.
11/28/09: The Press of Atlantic City quoted Andrew Gillen and Daniel L. Bennett in an article on institutional merit aid.
11/22/09: Richard Vedder participated in the New York Times’ Room for Debate, answering the question: As they deal with tighter budgets, what should public universities do to balance fiscal responsibility and equal opportunity?
11/08/09: Richard Vedder participated in aChronicle of Higher Education forum focusing on the question “Are too many students going to college?”
11/08/09: Richard Vedder commented on the value of a master’s degree in the Miami Herald.
11/03/09: Richard Vedder commented on pay for university presidents in the Boston Globe.
10/26/09: Richard Vedder was quoted in a NY Times article discussing the role of for-profit colleges.
07/16/09: Daniel L. Bennett was cited in an article for Minding the Campus.
06/15/09: A story on proposed tuition increases at California community colleges, published in InsideHigherEd.com, quoted Andrew Gillen.
04/24/09: The Chronicle of Higher Education feature story highlighted the CCAP report on the labor force trends in higher education.
04/20/09: A story in InsideHigherEd.com focused on Daniel L. Bennett’s report on the labor force trends in higher education.
04/07/09: The Chronicle of Higher Education spotlighted Andrew Gillen’s report on student financial aid.
08/13/08: In conjunction with Forbes, CCAP released 2008 rankings of American colleges and universities.
05/27/08: Richard Vedder explained in the LA Times how the University of California can do more with less.
06/03/07: Michael Shaughnessy of EducationNews.org interviewed Richard Vedder about his book Going Broke by Degree.