Monthly Archives November 2020

Degree programs expanding

The University has increased its undergraduate and graduate school offerings in Fall 2020. Fifteen new programs were approved within the Colleges of Allied Health, Arts and Humanities, Business Administration, and Sciences, along with the Graduate School of Business and the College of Education Department of Mental Health and Wellness. These new programs include dual/accelerated degrees, interdisciplinary and innovative bachelor’s and master’s degrees, and certificates. Many
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Categories: Around Campus.

Viewpoint: A culture of community

By Bruce D. McLarty, president What a year! Who would have dreamed before 2020 began we would be telling students not to return after spring break, planning diligently for their return this fall, turning Kendall Hall into an isolation dorm and the Heritage Inn into quarantine headquarters, having our fall planning sessions virtually, and that I would have a favorite mask given to me by
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Categories: Viewpoint.