Montana University System to get $1M for guns on campus
Brock Tessman, deputy commissioner of academic, research and student affairs, said he couldn’t comment on whether the $1 million was worth the tradeoff. At least one report estimated the cost to implement a concealed carry law in Arizona would cost $3 million for three campuses every year.
Michigan State University partners with local community college to strengthen transfer process
Michigan State University and Lansing Community College have formalized a partnership that improves access to a four-year degree, increases student success and helps build a pipeline of talent to meet the needs of the Mid-Michigan economy.
Va. governor orders state agencies, colleges and universities to stop using single-use plastics
Announcing the executive order at the annual Environment Virginia symposium, held virtually this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Northam called it “another step toward sustainability and a cleaner environment.”
Grounded for spring break, college students talk about who got the shot, and how
It's impossible to know how often college students are getting vaccinated. Rumors of it happening illegitimately are widespread, but many situations aren't so duplicitous upon closer examination, because the vaccinated students are actually eligible.
Leader of Pa. state universities delivers blunt message: Reorganize or ‘dissolve the system’
“If you are a parent of a high school senior who’s thinking of sending their son or daughter to one of these universities and you hear they could be dissolved next year, what does that do to enrollment,” said Jamie Martin, the president of the state system’s faculty union.