KIPP’s graduating class sent out 1,936 college applications and received 779 acceptance letters to more than 100 schools.
The Alamo Colleges board made it official in a unanimous vote Saturday morning: Mike Flores will take on the district’s chief role starting Oct. 1.
The aspirations of the law school’s new Law Success Program include boosting scores on law school tests and improving bar exam results.
The board’s pick, Ruben “Mike” Flores, comes with decades of local experience and the support of students and faculty at his Southside campus location.
Open educational resources’ copyright licenses permit faculty to retain, reuse, revise, and redistribute as they design, create, and teach their courses.
UTSA President Taylor Eighmy hopes to rebuild enrollment to 15,000 students over the next 10 years, with an ambitious downtown expansion plan.
St. Mary’s University’s goal is lofty – six times larger than any other fundraising effort in the school’s history.
Citing inflation and state funding worries, most public universities in Texas are raising tuition by a few percentage points for 2018.
Leslie’s career in education has spanned four decades with 34 years as a community college president or chancellor.
UTSA President Taylor Eighmy wants to increase the number of students earning degrees that allow them to pursue their career of choice.