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University of St. Thomas president Dr. Julie Sullivan announced a $20 million scholarship gift and a new test-optional admissions policy at the State of the University address.
Gustavus Adolphus College is planning a $60 million expansion and renovation of the Lund Center that will add 160,000 square feet of workout areas, academic spaces and a field house with synthetic turf.
Since the agency's founding in 1961, nearly 520 alumni from Carleton College have served abroad as
Peace Corps volunteers.
When he leaves Macalester College at the end of May, he'll join the Harvard Graduate School of Education's Higher Education Program as the fall 2020 president-in-residence.
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Overall enrollment at Concordia University, St. Paul increased for the 14th consecutive spring semester as it reported a headcount of 4,885 students.
The Foundation awarded $207,000 for the project, and Concordia College will administer it with the express purpose of bringing community partners together around a common goal.
A combined six St. Catherine University students and alumni have reached the semi-finalist stage of the Fulbright U.S. Student Program.