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  • Two Campus Senates Vote No Confidence In CSCU Chief

    After months of expressing dissatisfaction with the leadership of the Connecticut State Colleges & Universities system, leadership groups on two of 16 campuses have cast votes of no confidence in President Gregory Gray and in his transformative plan.
  • CSCU President Reverses Plan To Shut Down Meriden Campus

    CSCU President Reverses Plan To Shut Down Meriden Campus
    WILLIMANTIC — Pressured by action at the state Capitol, the president of the Board of Regents said Wednesday that the Meriden campus of Middlesex Community College will remain open. "Because of the faith that I'm putting in the legislators and the...

    Middlesex College Plans Meriden Campus Closure Unless House Acts

    Middlesex College Plans Meriden Campus Closure Unless House Acts
    Middlesex Community College said it is still planning to close its Meriden Center campus and a manufacturing program despite state Senate approval of a bill to block the closure. The state House of Representatives has not yet considered the bill, and...

    Senate Votes To Block Closure Of Meriden Satellite Campus

    Senate Votes To Block Closure Of Meriden Satellite Campus
    HARTFORD — The Senate voted Wednesday to block the planned closure of the Meriden branch of Middlesex Community College, and then went further by voting for an amendment stating that no campus of a state college could be closed without legislative...

    Board of Regents Sets 4.8 Percent Tuition, Fee Increase

    Board of Regents Sets 4.8 Percent Tuition, Fee Increase
    HARTFORD — Students attending the state's community colleges and regional state universities will pay 4.8 percent more this fall for tuition and fees as a result of a decision made Thursday by the state Board of Regents for Higher Education....