Good Fortune Next Time: Life, Death, Irony, and the Administration of Very Small Colleges

Administration of Very Small Colleges
I spent a decade of my time as a faculty member and academic leader in a very small art college with an enrollment of less than 150. The enrollment was so small and the community so close that I used to joke that one didn’t take attendance in class; rather, you just looked around the room and let people know who had left their lights on in the parking lot and who needed to air up their tires a bit before the drive home.

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