Plans are moving forward for the new Spartan Village, an estimated $150 million project.
The block M is about the size of a grain of sand.
District competitions have grown from 15 last year to 18, and they start this weekend.
More than $60 million in scholarship awards has been given
The university presidents spoke before the lawmakers who will decide how much should be spent on the state’s 15 universities.
The contribution to its College of Pharmacy will be used for student scholarships, an endowed chair for medical informatics and other purpos…
The report looks at the “well-being” of children in each county
Some attending the school board meeting erupted in applause and celebration after the motion didn’t advance.
The governor, in his budget presentation one week ago, called for that $75 dollar increase for each school kid in the state.
Coach Lee Piepho announced his resignation and retirement from coaching effective immediately
Today is the second Count Day of the school year, with 10 percent of state funding at stake based on how many students attend classes.
It’s the fourth consecutive year of increased higher education funding
When it comes to banning tobacco on campus, the student jury is still out.
Board members chose Gabrielle Johnson to take the open seat left by Nicole Armbruster, who resigned.
The program will teach skills in fields such as engineering, telecommunications and business to nearly 5,000 students
A task force has been formed to help guide the transition away from allowing tobacco products at the school.