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affordability, collegehealth, University News

UCM, Full Employment Council Partner to Make Possible Short-Term Sterile Processing Training Certificate Program

To help meet a training need in the medical field, the University of Central Missouri and the Full Employment Council, Inc. (FEC) are partnering to make possible a new short-term certificate program in Sterile Processing.

July 23, 2018
awards, affordability

Valuable Study of Farmers Markets, Student Internships, Mini Research Grants, All Part of USDA Grant Awarded to UCM's Agriculture Program

Recipients of a $745,823 federal grant will address multiple questions related to farmers markets in a three-year project that begins this summer.

June 01, 2018
financial aid, affordability, ucmalumni, University News

UCM Plans Launch of Gift of Success Campaign to Fund Scholarships

Recognizing that many students who have the talent and ambition to pursue a higher education may not achieve their college dream without financial support, the University of Central Missouri has announced plans to launch the Gift of Success Campaign for students in fall 2018.

May 15, 2018
affordability, University News

Board Sets Tuition, Housing Fees During March Meeting

Part of an overall strategy to address an expected $5.4 million decline in state funding for Fiscal Year 2019, the University of Central Missouri Board of Governors is putting a 2.1 percent increase in base resident undergraduate and graduate tuition on the books in preparation for the fall 2018 semester.

March 21, 2018
affordability, facstaff, University News

Governor's FY19 Budget Recommendations Include 7.72 Percent Reduction in Funding for Public Universities

In a press conference Monday, Jan. 22, Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens announced his Fiscal Year 2019 budget recommendations calling for across-the-board cuts of 7.72 in gross appropriations for post-secondary education. His recommendation was part of a total reduction for higher education of $62.8 million.

January 22, 2018
Students talking
studentsuccess, affordability, University News

UCM Offers New Scholarships for Study Abroad in France

Four new scholarships will offer students at the University of Central Missouri the opportunity to study abroad during 2017, enriching their college experience and adding value to the degrees they will receive.

August 10, 2016
Strategic Resource Allocation Model, Boost in State Funding, New Budget Model, affordability, SRAM, University News

Implementation of New Budget Model Comes With Boost in State Funding

Expecting to receive a 4 percent increase in state appropriations while also maintaining undergraduate tuition at the current level, the University of Central Missouri Board of Governors on April 28 approved the university’s Fiscal Year 2017 budget totaling $168.3 million.

April 29, 2016
Demi Wilcher, Generation Study Abroad Scholarship, affordability, Zach Hanson, UCM International Center, Hannah Baker, Michael Stowers, Valerie Castillo, University News, Raven Alade

Generation Study Abroad Scholarships Awarded to Six Students

While providing a financial incentive to make it possible for more students to pursue study abroad opportunities, the University of Central Missouri also is gaining momentum toward meeting its goal to have 500 students annually studying in foreign countries by 2019.

April 19, 2016
Rotary Foundation, affordability, University News, Duane R. Sterling Scholarship-Rotary Program

Gift to Rotary Foundation Creates Duane R. Sterling Scholarship-Rotary Program at UCM

A gift to The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International by Warrensburg businessman Lynn Harmon will provide funding for a partnership between the University of Central Missouri Foundation and The Rotary Foundation to establish the Duane R. Sterling Scholarship-Rotary Program.

March 07, 2016
Chavez
affordability, Cesar Chavez Scholarship, University News

UCM Announces Creation of Third Cesar Chavez Scholarship for KC Hispanic Students

The University of Central Missouri will expand its outreach into the Kansas City area Hispanic community with the addition of a third the Cesar Chavez Scholarship to be made available to Kansas City area Hispanic students.

February 25, 2016
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Trees
affordability, collegehealth, University News

UCM, Full Employment Council Partner to Make Possible Short-Term Sterile Processing Training Certificate Program

To help meet a training need in the medical field, the University of Central Missouri and the Full Employment Council, Inc. (FEC) are partnering to make possible a new short-term certificate program in Sterile Processing.

July 23, 2018
awards, affordability

Valuable Study of Farmers Markets, Student Internships, Mini Research Grants, All Part of USDA Grant Awarded to UCM's Agriculture Program

Recipients of a $745,823 federal grant will address multiple questions related to farmers markets in a three-year project that begins this summer.

June 01, 2018
financial aid, affordability, ucmalumni, University News

UCM Plans Launch of Gift of Success Campaign to Fund Scholarships

Recognizing that many students who have the talent and ambition to pursue a higher education may not achieve their college dream without financial support, the University of Central Missouri has announced plans to launch the Gift of Success Campaign for students in fall 2018.

May 15, 2018
affordability, University News

Board Sets Tuition, Housing Fees During March Meeting

Part of an overall strategy to address an expected $5.4 million decline in state funding for Fiscal Year 2019, the University of Central Missouri Board of Governors is putting a 2.1 percent increase in base resident undergraduate and graduate tuition on the books in preparation for the fall 2018 semester.

March 21, 2018
affordability, facstaff, University News

Governor's FY19 Budget Recommendations Include 7.72 Percent Reduction in Funding for Public Universities

In a press conference Monday, Jan. 22, Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens announced his Fiscal Year 2019 budget recommendations calling for across-the-board cuts of 7.72 in gross appropriations for post-secondary education. His recommendation was part of a total reduction for higher education of $62.8 million.

January 22, 2018
Students talking
studentsuccess, affordability, University News

UCM Offers New Scholarships for Study Abroad in France

Four new scholarships will offer students at the University of Central Missouri the opportunity to study abroad during 2017, enriching their college experience and adding value to the degrees they will receive.

August 10, 2016
Strategic Resource Allocation Model, Boost in State Funding, New Budget Model, affordability, SRAM, University News

Implementation of New Budget Model Comes With Boost in State Funding

Expecting to receive a 4 percent increase in state appropriations while also maintaining undergraduate tuition at the current level, the University of Central Missouri Board of Governors on April 28 approved the university’s Fiscal Year 2017 budget totaling $168.3 million.

April 29, 2016
Demi Wilcher, Generation Study Abroad Scholarship, affordability, Zach Hanson, UCM International Center, Hannah Baker, Michael Stowers, Valerie Castillo, University News, Raven Alade

Generation Study Abroad Scholarships Awarded to Six Students

While providing a financial incentive to make it possible for more students to pursue study abroad opportunities, the University of Central Missouri also is gaining momentum toward meeting its goal to have 500 students annually studying in foreign countries by 2019.

April 19, 2016
Rotary Foundation, affordability, University News, Duane R. Sterling Scholarship-Rotary Program

Gift to Rotary Foundation Creates Duane R. Sterling Scholarship-Rotary Program at UCM

A gift to The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International by Warrensburg businessman Lynn Harmon will provide funding for a partnership between the University of Central Missouri Foundation and The Rotary Foundation to establish the Duane R. Sterling Scholarship-Rotary Program.

March 07, 2016
Chavez
affordability, Cesar Chavez Scholarship, University News

UCM Announces Creation of Third Cesar Chavez Scholarship for KC Hispanic Students

The University of Central Missouri will expand its outreach into the Kansas City area Hispanic community with the addition of a third the Cesar Chavez Scholarship to be made available to Kansas City area Hispanic students.

February 25, 2016
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