The university landed in the top 10 schools for disabled students seeking an online education.
The college will make infrastructure improvements, buy new equipment and much more.
The school’s name change is reflective of its growth and evolution through the years.
The camp is a collaboration between two area universities and is open to students entering grades 9-12.
The third annual series features a variety of performances, festivals and gatherings.
The revised physical education program aims to focus on health, wellness and living well.
The event will connect hundreds of small business managers and owners and provide useful information to help them take their enterprises to the next level.
The environmental engineering major will be available in the 2016-17 academic year and aims to help students prepare for a changing job market.
The college’s second annual summer media camp is set for July. Those interested in attending must apply by June 24.
Remake Learning Days, a program offering new and future-forward educational experiences, is set for various spots throughout the area.