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Highlights of Gov. Lee's 2002-23 budget as it relates to MTSU’s institutional needs, priorities

Highlights of Gov. Lee's 2002-23 budget as it relates to MTSU’s institutional needs, priorities

February 1 2022

Governor Lee presented his 2022-23 budget to the Tennessee General Assembly last night.  We have conducted a preliminary analysis of the details of the Governor’s Budget and I wanted to outline how his proposed budget could affect our University, if approved by the General Assembly.

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JAN. 4, 2022: President McPhee gives update on Spring semester

JAN. 4, 2022: President McPhee gives update on Spring semester

January 4 2022

To the University Community,

I want to wish each of you a Happy New Year in 2022. I appreciate the hard work and dedication that you put forward last year to keep our campus operational. As we turn our attention to the start of the 2022 Spring Semester, this communication is to inform you about the challenges associated with the virus an...

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Statement from President Sidney A. McPhee on MTSU Conference Affiliation

Statement from President Sidney A. McPhee on MTSU Conference Affiliation

November 10 2021

Over the past several weeks, as we have watched the landscape for Division I athletics evolve, MTSU has been proactive and diligent in evaluating our opportunities, always with the best interests of the University as the singular guiding principle. We greatly appreciate the interest other conferences have shown in our athletics program and in ou...

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NOVEMBER 9:  MTSU to end mask mandate Nov. 10

NOVEMBER 9: MTSU to end mask mandate Nov. 10

November 9 2021

To the University Community,

As we approach the close of the Fall semester, I want to express my appreciation for your adherence to our safety protocols we enacted to deter the COVID-19 virus. Your continued vigilance contributed to the decline in recorded cases we now see in our county and state.

In recognition of those downward...

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SEPT. 7, 2021: Message from President McPhee: Our personal responsibilities in the pandemic

SEPT. 7, 2021: Message from President McPhee: Our personal responsibilities in the pandemic

September 7 2021

To the University community,

As we enter the third week of classes for the Fall semester, I want to remind our campus community of our priorities in managing the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and clarify expectations for the personal responsibilities of each of us in making decisions that best protect our health.

While health and ...

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