Cheyney releases full proposed budget, but doubts over its surplus remain
With its accreditation on the line, questions continue to swirl about the finances at the troubled historically Black university.
State agency approves Cheyney’s proposed budget, but questions remain
Cheyney University’s budget figures don’t add up and school officials won’t say why.
Cheyney University approved a budget – but how much does it really say about what they’re spending?
Cheyney officials expect to spend about $29.1 million in 2019-20 — down about 11.8 percent from last year’s estimates, part of an ongoing decline.
Cheyney partnerships: Some successful, others see no movement
A year after Cheyney University rolled out big corporate partnerships, some investments have been paying off while questions remain about another.
Wolf, Philly lawmakers back Cheyney despite university’s struggles
As the university awaits a final determination of its accreditation status, state officials deflected questions about their long-term financial commitments.
Lawsuit: Cheyney raided, misused scholarship federal funds as accreditation decision looms
Nicole Rayfield, of Glenolden, says she warned university administrators about their actions, and they fired her in retaliation.
Cheyney University’s turnaround is a blueprint to saving Pa.’s state-owned universities | Mark O’Keefe
Instead of waiting around for a state bailout, Cheyney officials acted on their own to cut waste and start programs that can attract new students.