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Water treatment training program could be cut

By Kelsey Landis, The Alton Telegraph

March 24, 2016

Filed under News

A university water-system operator training program is on the chopping block due to a lack of federal student loan money and state funding, even as headlines about the disastrous effects of negligent water system operators contin...

Board discusses MAP payback, future of towers, budget impasse ahead of Thursday meeting

By Evan Jones, @EvanJones_DE

March 23, 2016

Filed under Campus, News

The SIU Board of Trustees heard presentations Wednesday morning ranging from potential tuition hikes to proposals for new dorms on the east side of Carbondale's campus.Here's what the nine trustees discussed during the e...

How the MAP grant veto affects SIUE

By Cory Davenport, The Alton Telegraph

February 23, 2016

Filed under Campus, News

A recent veto from Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner may affect residents seeking funds to attend Illinois colleges and universities.Senate Bill 2043 passed through the Illinois General Assembly on Jan. 28. The bill would have approved ...

SIUE sets record spring enrollment

By Elizabeth Donald, Belleville News-Democrat

February 1, 2016

Filed under News

SIU-Edwardsville has the largest spring enrollment in the university's history this year. Spring semester enrollment is 13,346 undergraduate and graduate students, of which 10,214 are full-time students.That's the highest total an...

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