Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Colleges Try To Boost Graduation Rates
Itís all about crunching the numbers. Tennessee State University hopes to boost its graduation rate with high achieving students from out of state. A similar initiative is being offered at the University of Tennessee at Martin. They will discount tuition for out of state students next semester by 50 percent if they have at least a 3.0 grade point average. Itís expected that about 500 students will benefit from discounted rates this fall. The cost for tuition and fees are slightly above in state rates so Returning out of state students will automatically receive the discount if they meet the grade requirement. (bg)

Tuesday, April 28, 2015

  • Report of Party Leads to Meth Arrest in Abingdon
  • TBI Data: Kingsport Leads Tri-Cities in Serious Reported Crimes
  • BVU Expecting Restitution by June from Employee/Contractor Theft and Kick-Back Schemes
  • BVU Board Gives Preliminary Approval to 15 Percent Sewer Rate Increase
  • Bristol Chamber Hosting Meet the Candidates Night on Thursday
  • Former NASCAR Truck Series Driver Out of Johnson City Has Sentencing Delayed in Ponzi Scheme Until October
  • Trial in Murder of 78-year-old in Carter County Delayed



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