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Oct 10, 2019 | 6 minute read

Tags: college mergers, higher education mergers

For some colleges, the best move is to merge

Higher education is different from business, and the essence of the school being acquired must be taken into account. Think of it as an arranged marriage. That’s the analogy used by Patrick McCay, a professor at what was until recently the New Hampshire Institute of Art, to describe what a merger in higher education is like for those involved.

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