Monday, November 26, 2018

Diversity Lesson Awaits Missouri Higher Ed

State college initiative offering more access and/or increased political debate whilst Gen Z skips college altogether in order to get to work. Read more:

Missouri campuses part of plan to recruit and graduate more diverse students

Three University of Missouri campuses are part of a national program looking to increase college access for minorities and lower income students and increase their graduation rates. The University of Missouri-Columbia, the University of Missouri of Science and Technology in Rolla and the University of Missouri-Kansas City are participating in the project.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Uh, yeah. The only people who will go to Mizzou are people who can’t go anywhere else. Minorities. Grambling of the Midwest

Anonymous said...

Pathetic pandering

Anonymous said...

Increase their graduation rates? How so? Just passing out grades and diplomas, for sure. Mizzou is a complete joke and a degree from there has no value.

Anonymous said...

Who is paying for the bogus degrees?

Anonymous said...

Is the "student" who successfully bullied the chancellor into resigning a few years ago and started all this pandering and worthless additional expense still attending MU?
At the time he had been at the university eight years and was still working on his "advanced" degree, while his dad was a $1 million/year executive in Omaha.
Looks like the badly-needed spine transplants for the cowards "running" MU haven't been done yet.
Pathetic.