At the July quarterly Board of Governors meeting, the Board voted to freeze tuition for just the 2nd time in the State System's 36-year history.
In Chancellor Dan's latest blog post he discusses three critically important transitions that will define our future.
The State System is transforming itself for the future. The next phase of the System Redesign will put in place the tools that we will need to manage and grow.
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Our 14 Universities provide students with access to high-value, in-demand programs that prepare them to meet the needs of the Commonwealth.
The Board of Governors voted Wednesday to freeze tuition for just the second time in the organization's 36-year history.
Eligible professors at state-owned universities have an option to retire gradually, after the Board of Governors approved a side-letter for faculty phased retirement.
Our universities share insights and collaborate on programs that have proven positive results on student retention, progress, and completion.
State System university faculty are dedicated to the success of their students, excellence at their university and advancing their field of study.
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A 20-member Board is responsible for planning and coordinating development and operation of the State System.
Chancellor Greenstein took office as the fifth chancellor on Sept. 4, 2018. He serves as chief executive officer of the State System.
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