Quincy University will add a concentration in health care administration along with a professor to its Masters of Business Administration degree in the School of Business.
QUINCY -- The John Wood Community College Board of Trustees on Wednesday night approved a $15.539 million budget for the next fiscal year.
The budget is just over $550,000 more than last year but will not increase tuition or instructional fees for students. Tuition remains at $163 per credit hour for in-district students for the third consecutive year.
"Affordability and accessibility are vital for anyone seeking education whether they are pursuing a degree or certificate, taking part in training for their career or by enrolling in a class for personal enrichment," said JWCC President Mike Elbe. "Our mission is to make those opportunities as accessible as possible, especially the cost, because individuals who access education at every stage in life help themselves, their communities and our region's economic prosperity."
The budget increase accounts for strategic plan initiatives, enrollment priorities and contractual obligations. More than a dozen...
HANNIBAL, MO. -- Previously teachers and students at Hannibal High School had to wait until October for cool air to fill the building. That changes next week when some of the school's new air conditioning units are switched on. During Wednesday night's mee
QUINCY -- The fourth season of "Queer Eye," including the episode shot at Quincy High School, debuts Friday on Netflix.
Quincyans will be glued to the screen, including at a watch party planned Friday night at Grown N' Gathered and the Tap Room.
The Canton R-5 School District is seeking candidates to fill an opening on the Canton School Board.
The Palmyra R-1 School Board heard an update this week on construction taking place this summer, including several projects funded through a voter-approved $3.5 million bond issue.
Working in the midst of a classroom filled with furniture and 89 boxes, Amy Kuhl unearthed an important tool for the moving-in process.
Even when Aliyah Morrison wants to take a break from the phone, the notifications don't stop. "Sometimes I respond to them. Sometimes I just ignore them," said the incoming freshman at Quincy High School.
Carver Hoffman stayed quiet as he was lowered into the immersion tank full of cold water during a simulation Wednesday at Culver-Stockton College, but the second he could, the 14-year-old jumped out.