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Regents approve Memorandum of Understanding regarding Lubbock City Hall

The Board of Regents at South Plains College approved a Memorandum of Understanding between the college, the City of Lubbock, and Lubbock Economic Development Alliance to explore the possibility of using Lubbock City Hall as a future campus during their April meeting. 841 more words

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Regents approve tuition, fees increase for fall

An increase in tuition and fees, a project proposal for an in-house CDL driver school and emergency management were among the topics discussed during the March meeting of the South Plains College Board of Regents. 486 more words

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President to Take Leave During Investigation

DYSTOPIA–The Dystopia College Board of Regents has voted to accept the college president’s “voluntary offer to take a leave of absence pending the resolution” of plagiarism allegations against him, Regents Chair Tyson “Ty” Koons announced today. 202 more words

Tuition rising — is anyone surprised?

Today’s announcement of plans to raise tuition at Iowa universities should not surprise anyone. When the Legislature cuts back, the regents need to fill in the gaps. 682 more words

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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

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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

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