UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – Penn State Transportation Services announced rate changes for faculty/staff, student, and service/delivery parking permits at University Park for the 2022-23 and 2023-24 academic years. For 2022-23, employee parking permit rates will increase between $2 and $4 per month, while student parking permit rates will increase betweenRead More →

crime, handcuffs Fifteen men were arrested between Thursday and Friday in Northport and face charges of soliciting prostitution after an undercover operation by the West Alabama Human Trafficking Task Force. One of those arrested was former University of Alabama vice president for student life Myron Pope, which WVUA 23 firstRead More →

Harmony School of Innovation -Sugar Land Senior, Anjali Agrawal has been nominated as a candidate for the 2022 US Presidential Fellowship Program. [CREDIT: Harmony Public Schools] A Harmony School of Innovation – Sugar Land senior, Anjali Agrawal has been named one of more than 4,000 applicants for the 2022 USRead More →

Editor’s Note: This is breaking news and will be updated as the new university receives additional information and quotes. An anonymous student within the ASUCI Student Services Office provided New University Ma’s full resignation letter, which is referenced throughout the article. A fourth-year double major in political science and ChineseRead More →

LIBERTY CENTER – The local Liberty Center school board held their annual organizational meeting and congratulated fall sports athletes at their regular meeting that followed Monday. During the organizational meeting, re-elected board members Neal Carter, John Weaver and Andi Zacharias were sworn in. Neal Carter and Andi Zacharias were electedRead More →

Within its five floors, the building brings together several compute-intensive academic and research disciplines that are hallmarks of what has become the Fourth Industrial Revolution. It brings together several student services, previously spread across campus, creating the Student Academic Services Center: a “one-stop-shop” link for students looking for everything fromRead More →

HARRISON, Ark. (KY3) – North Arkansas College in Harrison is making progress toward opening its first-ever student housing building. Opened in 1974, the two-year college has never had student accommodation. The school has announced plans for the two-story dormitory and 64 student rooms in May 2021. Construction is progressing thanksRead More →

UT-Austin Campus (Photo by John Anderson) UT-Austin Student Government collapses. At the start of the fall semester 2021, there were seven board members. There are only three left, and each of them faces possible impeachment at the start of the next semester. From allegations of sexual assault to lack ofRead More →

A group of Ohio University alumni gather in the desert, ahead of COVID, during their duty time. Disclaimer: The intention of Ohio University is not to imply endorsement by any branch of service of the United States Armed Forces. The Ohio University Military and Veteran Student Services Center and Fiserv,Read More →

Steve Smith (courtesy photo) The Colorado Community College System (CCCS) and Northeastern Junior College previously announced that Rear Admiral (soon to be “President”) Michael White will officially begin January 31, leaving the position of President vacant for the month of January. On Friday, CCCS Chancellor Joe Garcia announced his decisionRead More →

As a committee of the Student Government Association, or SGA, responsible for Improving the lives of all students, Student Services has often been the driving force behind projects ranging from housing, food, Husky Cards, and on-campus medical and mental health services. Now, members of the Student Services Committee have alsoRead More →

Alamance Community College (ACC) held a groundbreaking ceremony for the school’s new $ 6.7 million student service center on Friday, October 22. The new 12,203-square-foot two-story building will house the community college’s admissions and financial services, the registrar’s office and the office of the vice-president of student success under oneRead More →

Through Hub staff report / Posted September 14, 2021 Johns Hopkins University has established a new office to oversee a centralized, modernized and integrated student services operation, a key step in improving the overall experience for students, staff and faculty at Hopkins. The Student Enrollment and Account Management Office, orRead More →

Russ Baldwin | Sep 07, 2021 | Comments 0 (LAMAR, Colorado) – Lamar Community College (LCC) is pleased to announce the hiring of Dr. Janet Steinkamp as Acting Vice President of University and Student Services. Steinkamp will hold the position while the college conducts its national search for someone toRead More →

A rendering of the future student services building. Courtesy of MiraCosta College Leveling and other preliminary construction activities are underway for the future MiraCosta College Student Services Building. The facility will consolidate the student services functions dispersed across campus into a single office of over 39,000 square feet. The buildingRead More →

KINGSTON, RI – August 26, 2021 – The University of Rhode Island has appointed Jean Nsabumuremyi, director of the TRIO Educational Opportunity Center at Idaho State University, as the new director of the Multicultural Student Services Center. It starts at the URI on September 1. Nsabumuremyi has served as theRead More →

(Bradenton, Florida, August 17, 2021) – Committed to prioritizing and meeting the needs of students, the State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota (SCF) has appointed Brittany Nielsen as the new Vice President of Student Services and Enrollment Management. In conjunction with the President’s Advisory Committee, Nielsen will oversee the development ofRead More →

Samantha mccabe Samantha McCabe, Acting Assistant Dean and Director of International Student Services (ISS), has been selected as Permanent Director of the ISS. His new appointment has been effective since May 1. McCabe has served as Interim Leader since October 2019, leading a team of 15 staff responsible for supportingRead More →

By Chelsea Collins AMERICUS — Georgia Southwestern State University (GSW) is set to open its newly renovated, $3.4 million Student Services Building later this month. Hurricane students will now be able to access essential student registration services under one roof at the one-stop-shop, with the new official name of CanesRead More →

The U.S. Department of Education has awarded Seton Hall University’s Division of Student Services a grant that will benefit 140 low-income, first-generation, or disabled students pursuing an undergraduate degree. The proposal, titled Student Support Services Program at Seton Hall, has been approved for a commitment of $1,300,584 over the nextRead More →

Two elevator permits have expired since June 2019 in the Mesa Humanities and Multicultural Sciences Building (G Building) and Student Services Center (I-400), respectively, as confirmed by the Industrial Relations Department of the State of California. Both permits indicate that the last inspection date was June 8, 2018 and expireRead More →

Texas A&M University’s new 95,000 square foot Student Services Building will officially open on January 22. Sam Craft/Texas A&M Marketing and Communications Texas A&M University’s new 95,000 square foot Student Services Building will officially open on January 22. Sam Craft/Texas A&M Marketing and Communications Texas A&M University’s new 95,000 squareRead More →

David Lee / Daily Senior Employee President of Morton Schapiro University. Schapiro discussed the $94 million budget shortfall, CAPS funding and non-tenured faculty during a question-and-answer session on Wednesday. University President Morton Schapiro discussed the budget deficit and controversial guest evolutionary psychologist Satoshi Kanazawa during a question-and-answer session on Wednesday.Read More →

After the University of Wisconsin system made efforts last year to turn the state’s two-year UW Colleges and Extension programs into satellite institutions of the system’s four-year universities, officials now say that many New investments are needed for student support services during this transition period. According to The Associated Press,Read More →