Legislature to vote on 2-year tuition freeze

Jan. 9, 2013

Gov. Dave Heineman will propose, for the first time in Nebraska history, a joint two-year tuition freeze, totaling $68.3 million, when he submits his budget to the Nebraska Unicameral Tuesday.

CSC launches mobile-friendly platform

Dec. 21, 2012

Since yesterday’s launch of a new online platform, CSC’s students can now access a wealth of online data including class schedules, financial aid information, and more in mobile-friendly format.

‘ACCLAIM’ magazine comes to CSC

Dec. 6, 2012

Undergraduates and graduates from a wide variety of majors, departments, and backgrounds have come together to create Chadron State College’s inaugural student-produced magazine, ACCLAIM.

Senate shifts funds

Dec. 5, 2012

Student Senate chose a bank to move their funds to at this week’s Senate meeting.

Rhine primed for CSC’s future

Dec. 5, 2012

For the man who will lead Chadron State as the institution’s 11th president beginning January 2013, it’s all about the people.

Rhine tapped as CSC’s 11th president

Nov. 29, 2012

Interim President Randy Rhine is now President Randy Rhine.

Music Department planning end-of-year concerts

Nov. 28, 2012

With the year quickly coming to a close, the music department is seeing a busy time, ushering in the end of the year with several different concerts.

Students wrestle with course concerns

Nov. 28, 2012

The main discussion at this week’s Student Senate Meeting was FYI courses.
Spike Jordan, senator at large, said that the Academic Review Committee discussed students with failing grades in FYI courses.

CAB wraps up final meeting of semester, allocates $1,800

Nov. 28, 2012

The Campus Activities Board allocated money to finals week activities and discussed moving accounts off campus at their final meeting of the semester Tuesday.

FYI: Failing jeopardizes students’ futures

Nov. 28, 2012

Consequences for failing courses aren’t new, but for nine entering freshmen, failing a First Year Inquiry course has more far-reaching effects.