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2012-13 Budget Overview

2012-13 Budget Overview

January 10 2012

Last year, the State of Tennessee implemented an outcomes-based funding formula for higher education, as called for in the Complete College Tennessee Act (CCTA). Productivity, meaning improved retention and graduation rates rath...

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MTSU's Athletic Goals and Achievements

MTSU's Athletic Goals and Achievements

January 8 2012

During the fall 2011 semester, eight of 17 teams had a semester team grade point average of 3.0 or higher; 63 student athletes made the Dean’s List (3.5+ GPA), and 20 had a perfect 4.0. Women’s soccer had the highest...

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A Few Pride Points from Last Semester

A Few Pride Points from Last Semester

January 6 2012

During the 2011 Fall semester, MTSU professors and students continued to work hard, produce results, and shine as examples of our University’s impact on the region. Here are some highlights:

  • Chemistry professor...

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MTSU's Tobacco-Free Policy

MTSU's Tobacco-Free Policy

January 1 2012

MTSU has joined approximately 250 institutions of higher education across the country in becoming a tobacco-free campus. Effective January 1, 2012, MTSU policy prohibits the use of all forms of tobacco products anywhere on Unive...

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August 29, 2011

August 29, 2011

August 29 2011

President Sidney McPhee welcomes the MTSU community every semester with a campus newsletter designed to keep people informed about matters affecting the University. Comments should be emailed to smcphee@mtsu.edu.

August...

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