NEIU, Chicago State In Crisis But ISU Is Coping With The Financial StarvationIllinois State University does not anticipate furloughs, faculty cuts or reductions in class offerings due to the major shortfall stemming from the state's budget crisis.
Alderman, Commissioner Clash Over Chicago State University LeadershipTwo elected officials whose constituents include Chicago State University have been at odds over who should run the struggling state college.
Paul Vallas Part Of Gov. Rauner Panel To Overhaul Chicago State UniversityGov. Bruce Rauner has introduced the team he hopes will completely overhaul the troubled Chicago State University.
CSU Settles Yet Another Whistleblower Lawsuit For $1.3 MillionCash-strapped Chicago State University has agreed to a $1.3 million settlement in a whistleblower lawsuit brought by a former administrator who said he was fired for reporting financial misconduct by then-President Wayne Watson.
2 Investigators: Chicago State Pays Lobbyists To Lobby For FundsSo why is publicly-funded Chicago State University paying hundreds of thousands of dollars to well connected lobbyists? That’s just one of several questions CBS 2 investigator Brad Edwards had for Chicago State University leaders.
Chicago State University Faculty Asks Rauner To Replace TrusteesThe faculty at Chicago State University has asked Gov. Bruce Rauner to remove all the trustees at the beleaguered South Side school as it faces declining enrollment, major funding shortfalls, and the unexpected ouster of its popular new president.
Chicago State University Has Just 86 Freshmen This FallThat’s less than a tenth the size of its freshman class five years ago, when 1,058 first-year students enrolled, university figures show.
Chicago State University Faculty Union Wants Trustees To ResignFreshman enrollment at financially troubled Chicago State University has fallen to 86 freshmen this fall semester.
Chicago State University President Resigns, Gets $600,000 SeveranceAfter less than nine months on the job, Chicago State University president Thomas Calhoun Jr. has resigned, and will receive $600,000 as part of a separation agreement approved by the board of trustees on Friday.
Chicago State Dorms Have Been Without Hot Water For 2 WeeksChicago State officials are looking into the possibility of some sort of compensation for students.
State Cash Infusion Was Too Little, Too Late For Chicago State UniversityThree hundred employees -- one third of staff -- have been laid off at the South Side institution, the Chicago Sun-Times is reporting.
Illinois Lawmakers Pass Bill To Fund Colleges, UniversitiesRepublican Gov. Bruce Rauner is expected to sign the bill, which is a one-time deal and includes nearly $170 million in tuition grants for low-income students.

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