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Board of Regents discuss enrollment report at February meeting

Student enrollment, bringing back training for CDL drivers and the annual Scholarship Gala were among the topics discussed during the February meeting of the South Plains College Board of Regents. 686 more words


College Investigates Alleged Misappropriation of Albatross

DYSTOPIA–Dystopia College has completed an internal investigation that resulted from an anonymous hipster’s accusation that one of the college’s regents “misappropriated” a gold albatross amulet that was intended for another regent, a representative of the regents’ office has confirmed. 205 more words

Regents Approve Community College Merger

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Connecticut is moving ahead with a plan to combine its community colleges into one school with 12 campuses.

The state’s Board of Regents for Higher Education approved a plan on Thursday that will merge the Connecticut State Colleges and Universities system into a single institution. 102 more words


Board of Regents discuss local partnership in November meeting

An independent audit of the school, some student affairs updates, and a holiday partnership with the city of Levelland were some of the topics discussed during the November meeting of the South Plains College Board of Regents. 477 more words


It’s Official… UWMC to Join with UWSP!

Written by Brad Karger

The University of Wisconsin–Marathon County (UWMC) will be joined with the University of Wisconsin–Stevens Point (UWSP) in order to address a… 677 more words


Board of Regents discuss crime statistics, upcoming events

Campus crime statistics, a resolution, and upcoming events were among the topics of discussion during the October meeting of the South Plains College Board of Regents. 364 more words


Take Action: Protect the University of Wisconsin

A series of actions taken by Governor Scott Walker, the Wisconsin state legislature, and the University of Wisconsin system board of regents over the past few years represent a concerted attack on the university as a public good. 162 more words