Campus to receive renovations

Students should expect to see changes on campus in the coming years. SIU is set to undergo a $33 million makeover of capital improvement projects, funded in part by $29.4 million in “certificates of participation.” Duane Stucky, vice president for ... Continue Reading →

Out-of-state students to be rewarded

SIU will soon offer a new incentive to students from outside Illinois to choose Carbondale. The SIU Board of Trustees voted unanimously to approve a new tuition rate for out-of-state students during its Nov. 8 meeting. Duane Stucky, vice president for ... Continue Reading →

Trustees debate search firm policy

SIU’s Board of Trustees discussed and later approved a policy during its Thursday meeting that mandates the use of search firms to select new university chancellors and presidents. Illinois passed legislature July 16 that requires state universities ... Continue Reading →

Pension reform talks on the table for Quinn and legislative leaders

Gov. Pat Quinn says he will sit down with legislative leaders today to discuss major changes in the state’s pension system that will affect SIU employees and the university’s budget. The Legislature adjourned last week without voting on the contentious ... Continue Reading →
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