More money will come from wallets as the university increased funding for financial aid.
The Board of Control approved the 2013-2014 general fund budget Tuesday which includes tuition costs and fees.
Overall cost will be $280.75 per credit hour for Michigan undergrads, an increase of $10.10 per credit hour. The cost is made up of a tuition rate and two mandatory fees.
The tuition rate will be $266.15 per credit alongside mandatory fees of $3.85 per credit hour for technologies and $10.75 per credit hour for general service.
The general services include per-credit-hour fees of $1.70 for parking facilities, $0.60 for Student Association, $0.25 for Program Board, $0.17 for publications such as The Valley Vanguard and Cardinal Sins, $7.70 for … Read More…
By Justin Brouckaert and Tyler Bradley
An SVSU graduate and his sister were less than two blocks away from the finish line of the Boston Marathon on Monday when two explosions went off, killing at least three people and injuring 180 more.
Derek Stone, a 2011 graduate and former GLIAC champion in the mile, was running his first Boston Marathon with his twin sister, Hannah. She graduated from Northwood in 2010.
Jill Allardyce, assistant director of publishing at SVSU and president of American Advertising Federation’s Great Lakes Bay Region, also participated, tweeting a picture of her bib number, 15623, an hour before the race began.
“About 45 minutes after we finished, my parents and I and my sister were looking … Read More…
Dear Valley Vanguard,
My hopes are crushed and spirits are wavered as the Battle of the Bands from April 6 was omitted from the Valley Vanguard on now two occasions.
While we did receive a preview article that we greatly appreciated, we were surprised to find out that no follow-up occurred post Battle of the Bands.I’m not mad, just disappointed because the people in my organization did not get their curtain call for this event and they deserve one.
10 people collectively worked together and accomplished something great on April 6.
Steve Ingham, Landon Defever, Rebekah Wachner, Lucy Kalinowski, Will Yates, Scott Anderson, Wade Westfall, Laura Riley, Emelia Anspach and Jeff Neracher juggled their academics and other affairs on … Read More…
Information Technology Services (ITS) would like to thank Matt Ostrander for his April 15 Vanguard article titled: “Technology on campus has room for improvement.” As with anything, there will be opportunities to improve; and that is something ITS will strive for in its commitment to partner with the campus community to provide exemplary service and support.
Our commitment will be seen in new initiatives that will improve upon and resolve many of the items mentioned in Mr. Ostrander’s article. Here is a short list of commitments to the campus community:
• A new call center solution that will allow us to better track and address issues in a timely manner; as well as, improve communication about campus IT issues/projects/etc.… Read More…