MnSCU honors outstanding achievement in diversity programs and services

Seven colleges and universities within the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system are being honored for outstanding achievements in diversity. The colleges and universities that were honored are Anoka-Ramsey Community College, Bemidji State University, Century College, North Hennepin Community College, Metropolitan State University, St. Cloud State University and Winona State University.

Four Educators of the Year named by MnSCU Board of Trustees

The Minnesota State Colleges and Universities Board of Trustees presented the system’s highest academic honor, Educator of the Year Awards, to four faculty members from Anoka-Ramsey Community College, Rochester Community and Technical College and Dakota County Technical College. The four honorees were selected from among 26 Board of Trustees Outstanding Educators in the Board of Trustees Excellence in Teaching award program. They are Paula Croonquist of Anoka-Ramsey Community College; Lori Halverson-Wente and Pam Whitfield, both of Rochester Community and Technical College and Mark Hickman of Dakota County Technical College. Click headline to read more.

MSUM targets Twins Cities community colleges

Local university offers four bachelor’s degree programs at schools in the population center.

An explosion in community college enrollment in the Twin Cities promises to bolster numbers for Minnesota State University Moorhead.

Jessica Endres, one of three MSUM Admissions counselors in the Twin Cities, said MSUM’s growing presence in the population center is bringing attention to Moorhead.

MSUM offers four bachelor’s degree programs at community colleges in the Twin Cities that are gaining in popularity. Read Amy Dalrymple’s full Forum story by clicking the headline.