Colleges And Universities
CHEYENNE — The first Wyoming Summit on Community Colleges has been postponed because of weather.
RIVERTON, Wyo. -- A federal education report shows that Central Wyoming College students default on their college loans within two years of repayment more than another other community college in the state.
Montana’s two-year colleges have a tough task: How to increase enrollment closer to regional and national rates, while doing a better job with the students and programs they already have?
Students at Montana State University Billings are adept at juggling things.
(ARA) - Reasons for returning to school are as varied as the women who elect to return to college. It may be the feeling of unfinished business for the degree left incomplete some years ago, an empty nest, a divorce, an economy forcing career changes or simply self-fulfillment. If any of the…
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In the 2010-11 school year, the average cost of a college education continued to rise. According to the College Board, in-state tuition for a four-year public university was $7,605, which marked a nearly 8 percent increase from the previous school year. At private four-year institutions, the…
HELENA — The Montana University System says enrollment is reaching a new high with 39,100 students in state colleges.
Just weeks into its fall semester, the Montana State University Billings College of Technology has set a fall enrollment record of 1,531.
Sheri Boelter with HRDC District 7 has completed an evaluation process of her community action knowledge, skills and abilities to become a Certified Community Action Professional. Boelter is the first Community Action Professional to be certified in Montana.
HELENA — The Montana Board of Regents on Thursday approved University of Montana Provost Royce Engstrom as the school's next president.