University officials do not automatically refuse admission to students with criminal records.
University officials began the search to replace the former chief financial officer.
By Emily Wiley, Editor-in-Chief Students still are wondering when they will receive prioritization results. Prioritization is the process in which university officials can see where money is being spent in every department on campus. This process has been going on since the beginning of the academic year. Students were told they would receive results soon…
Alumni relations officials are looking for new students to become members of the Blue Tie Ambassadors.
University officials soon will announce their findings from the campuswide prioritization project.
The men’s soccer team finished a successful season without a bid to the NAIA championship round.NAIA officials released a list of teams on the roster for the qualifying rounds Monday, Nov. 17. The Stars did not make the list, despite having a season of winning matches.
University officials set a new mandate that tuition remission scholarships will only cover 16-hours each semester.Tuition remission is a scholarship that includes a percent discount on tuition for eligible full-time students.
Lee Hall, director of first-year experiences and student disability services coordinator, retired Friday, Oct. 31.
Students and faculty will no longer see pets playing on the quad.
A policy released Sept. 27 bans student and faculty from bringing pets onto campus.
This includes all buildings and facilities on campus.