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S.C. State to forgive $9.8 million in student debt | Local

The bulldog statue stands at the Chestnut Street entrance of South Carolina State University. CHRISTOPHER HUFF, T&D S.C. State University In his first major executive decision, South Carolina State Acting President Alexander Conyers announced Thursday that the university will clear account balances of more than 2,500 continuing students. The move …

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Trustees oust Clark as S.C. State president | Local

South Carolina State University President James Clark discusses the university with S.C. House Ways and Means Higher Education Subcommittee members in January 2020. BRADLEY HARRIS, T&D FILES South Carolina State trustees voted 10-3 Tuesday to remove James Clark as university president. The 10-3 vote came after a two-hour executive session. …

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S.C. State receives $2.1 million gift | Local

What Felder did not know at first was that Powell had used the knowledge he gained from correspondence courses in business to grow his wealth, some of which he already donated to other educational institutions. “While on active duty, he did not socialize very much. While the other officers and …

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SIC cuts degrees, staff during February meeting | Education

HARRISBURG — The Southeastern Illinois College Board of Trustees voted at its regular meeting last week to eliminate several degrees, inactivate the art program and lay off three staff members. During the board’s regular meeting Tuesday, Feb. 16, the college’s president cited low enrollment in the degree programs that were eliminated, …

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