The rebate and raises are possible due to additional funding the state university received when the General Assembly approved its amended budget.
Early fall semester estimates indicate that overall, Virginia higher education institutions are seeing their student populations grow, if slowly, after several difficult years.
Sen. Bill Stanley, who chairs the Martinsville-based NCI’s board, said it’s unclear how the relationship with the institute’s current philanthropic foundation will proceed, if at all.
The state military college’s board of visitors voted unanimously to accept Gov. Glenn Youngkin’s request to house the statue at its Civil War museum at New Market.
Only 18 school divisions in Virginia maintained or increased their pass rate for at least one of the five subject areas tested, compared to before the pandemic.
Students in the new Rapid Maroons program who complete at least 21 credit hours with a grade-point average of at least 2.0 at VWCC will be able to transfer to Roanoke College without reapplying.
Two unions representing faculty, staff and graduate student workers at the state university launched Tuesday after three years of quietly building their membership bases.
Two unions to represent graduate assistants, faculty and staff are going public Tuesday after three years of underground organizing around issues like wages and job security.
The Youth Registered Apprenticeship Program, which is offered at more than 30 school divisions across the state, offers students training in fields ranging from machining and construction to dental assisting and culinary arts.
A weeklong program hosted at Virginia Western Community College’s culinary arts facility is a community collaboration with plans to expand.