HomeHigher EdPERSPECTIVES: Budget Problem? The Most Selective Colleges Have Average Budget Surplus of $140 Million Dollars PERSPECTIVES: Budget Problem? The Most Selective Colleges Have Average Budget Surplus of $140 Million Dollars by Future U/ June 13, 2017/ Higher Ed, Perspectives, Society/ No Comments/ One way to spend that money: provide more financial assistant to low-income students. Read this analysis from The Hechinger Report. Original report was published by The Georgetown Center on Education and The Workforce. Tweet Pin It About The Author Future U Related Posts NEWS BRIEFS: Michigan College Program Helps Those Battling Addiction by Future U/ PERSPECTIVES: Going Away To College. Not As Attractive As It Used To Be? by Future U/ NEWS BRIEFS: Michigan State Faculty Call for Independent Investigation of Nassar Case by Future U/ NEWS BRIEFS: Iowa Legislator Wants Faculty Balance In Political Party Affiliation…Or Else by Future U/ Leave a Reply Cancel reply Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.