Contract Extension For Regents HeadThe Board of Regents for Higher Education is extending an employment contract for Mark Ojakian an additional three years as president of the Connecticut State College and University System.
Regents To Vote On Student InsuranceThe Board of Regents for Higher Education is set to vote on a proposal next week that could see the elimination of the mandatory health insurance plan offered to state university students.
46 'Dreamers' To Attend ECSU On ScholarshipsForty-six students who were brought to the United States as children have been granted scholarships to attend Eastern Connecticut State University in the fall.
Proposed Tuition Increase For State CollegesA tuition increase at Connecticut's state universities and community colleges appears to be in the offing.
Hiring Freeze Imposed For Connecticut State College SystemThe leader of the Connecticut State Colleges and Universities system has imposed a hiring freeze across all its 17 campuses.
CSCUS President: Community College Students Feel UnsafeThe president of the Connecticut State Colleges and Universities System says community college students, faculty and staff have told him they don't feel safe on campus.
New President Named For Board Of Regents
Governor's Chief Of Staff To Leave By End Of YearConnecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's chief of staff has announced he will leave the administration by the end of the year.
McKinney: Pryor Must GoSenate Minority Leader John McKinney, a Republican candidate for governor, is calling on Connecticut's education commissioner to resign, saying he has failed to implement Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's key education reform initiatives.
Official Seek To Move Oversight Of Amistad
No Specific Newtown Shooting Funds In Malloy's Budget Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's new budget does not set aside new funds specifically earmarked to boost school security measures or mental health programs in light of the deadly school shooting in Newtown.
Malloy Official Hopeful Of Union Deal Next WeekGov. Dannel P. Malloy's chief labor negotiator says he's optimistic an agreement can be reached with state employee leaders next week over how to find $2 billion in labor savings over the next two years to help balance Connecticut's deficit-plagued budget.