Image:  Dominican College in Orangeburg, N.Y., was one of several colleges in the state working for the last several years to convince the state’s Board of Regents to change its definition of the types of higher ed institutions that could or could not be called a “university.” When the board officially amended the regulation and expanded the definition in January, the college’s administrators applied to be officially designated a university. Its application was approved by the board on...


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