Residence Life is facing a housing crunch for next semester as 104 of the 120 students studying abroad are returning to the College and seeking campus housing. In previous years, the number of returning students was closer to the low fifties.
After weeks of outrage over vandalism on campus, the community can be reassured that the person responsible has been caught and sanctioned by the College. Student Joe Ireland took responsibility for the acts of vandalism during a third interview with Public Safety on Saturday, Nov. 14.
Chancellor’s Point is a 66-acre property off of Rosecroft Lane that belongs to Historic St. Mary’s City (HSMC). Several College students are currently working to restore the property so that it can be opened to the public.
The Board of Trustees unanimously voted to raise tuition for the 2010-2011 academic year by $300 at their Saturday, Dec. 5 meeting. The tuition hike represents a three-percent increase for in-state students and slightly more than a two-percent increase for out-of-state students. The Board also voted to increase fees, room Read More
In a letter sent to the Board of Trustees last month, the Faculty expressed concerns regarding the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (CMRS) in Oxford, one of the College’s signature study abroad programs. The letter outlines three main issues surrounding the MOU—financial risk, lack of consultation with the faculty prior to the MOU’s execution, and conflict of interest.
Acting President and Provost Larry Vote has asked that the campus community provide feedback on the current draft of the Middle States Periodic Review Report available on the Portal.
As many students have noticed, the Public Safety office has recently started cracking down on students and visitors who have illegally parked their cars on campus property. Last year, Public Safety officers only towed an overall total of 43 vehicles throughout both the fall and the spring semester. So far Read More