Higher Education Commissioner Joseph Rallo has announced plans to retire next year. Read about plans to find his replacement in the Weekly Newsletter of the SBBA.
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More and more states are offering free tuition, especially for community college students. See how Louisiana stacks up in this comparison!
About 20 percent of states have already enacted some form of free college tuition, and more legislation is on the way.
On Wednesday we learn if Grambling will be allowed to reinstate its nursing program. Learn all about this and other higher education news in the Weekly Newsletter of the SBBA.
Great piece by Mark Ballard of the The Advocate. It chronicles the history of higher education in Louisiana since 2008 and explains just how much work we have ahead of us as we seek to rebuild our infrastructure. ... See more
For the first time in nine years, Louisiana lawmakers tapped the brakes in June and left higher education’s finances alone as they were approving the state budget.
Great to see LSU President F. King Alexander helping students move in to dormitories!
LSU President F. King Alexander was upbeat with the incoming students he helped move into their dorm rooms Wednesday, but he thinks enrollment at the state’s universities will remain lackluster.
A new logo for ULM!
The new logo will be the centerpiece of the marketing campaign that will make use of a phrase that has been true since the founding of the institution.
Interesting piece on why college collaborations often save more money for the state than college mergers.
"The reality is all of this depends on how systems allocate money to campuses."
Faculty at LSU Health and LSUS will receive raises this fall. Learn all about it in the Weekly Newsletter of the SBBA!
Congratulations to the Louisiana Tech Nursing Grads for all passing the state licensure exam. And kudos to the faculty who helped get you there!
It was aces all the way for highly recruited Louisiana Tech University nursing graduates meeting a critical need in the health care industry. Louisiana Tech’s Division of Nursing reported a 100 percent pass rate for the National Council Licensure Exam by all of its 2017 nursing graduates. “This achi... ... See more
This is just sad. Not sure what else to say except I'm pretty sure we don't have this in Louisiana.
Emails show how afraid university staff are of protesters.
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