Tuition hikes may come sooner rather than later

Fee talks underway though specifics unclear Tuition increases could be on the table again as UNLV administrators seek to position the university among the nation’s most prestigious research schools. While a tuition increase has not yet been officially proposed by campus officials, student leaders on campus have confirmed that numbers are already being floated in informal talks. CSUN President ...Full Article

Commencement speakers will now be hand-picked by administrators

  Normally, a self-nomination process decides who gets the glory of delivering the commencement speech at UNLV graduation. But UNLV’s 50th graduation ceremony in May saw two international students ...Full Article

GPSA considers per applicant sponsorship decrease

Organization seeks to serve more graduate, professional students amid budget restraintsFull Article

Job market navigation topic of faculty lead panel

Graduate students get advice during GPSA eventFull Article


The Graduate and Professional Student Association opened its Graduate Student Commons in Lied Library room 2141 on July 11.Full Article

Group researching course evaluations seeks graduate students’ unique views

GPSA representative on task force outlines importance of, problems with student surveysFull Article

Second-term president looks to future for GPSA

Gordon says relationship with CSUN must remain strong for sake of universityFull Article

GPSA raises pay, establishes government affairs committee

Council approves more money for executive board membersFull Article

GPSA executive candidates highlight qualifications, goals

Would-be chair of new political issues committee points to social media lobbying presenceFull Article

Discrepancies in PEBP figures cause debate

New report shows fund has $12.8 million more than expectedFull Article
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