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Nixon Releases Money For Higher Ed; Committee Recommends Performance-Based Funding

Feb 5, 2013
Southeast Missouri State University's Academic Hall
Southeast Missouri State University

Missouri Governor Jay Nixon reversed the budget cut he made last summer to Missouri’s colleges and universities on Monday. The Governor says improvements in the state’s revenue picture made it possible to release $8.4 million that had been withheld from the state’s Higher Education system.  Meanwhile, he’s still withholding nearly $6 million from other wings of state government.

“While the revenue numbers are certainly good this month, we’ll continue to watch and see if we have continuingly good numbers and make decisions on those as we move forward,” Nixon said.

Southeast Prepares To Demolish Handball Court

Jan 29, 2013
Colby Powell / KRCU

A Cape Girardeau landmark will soon meet its end, making way  for a new dormitory at Southeast Missouri State University’s River Campus. 

Robots Swarm Show Me Center

Jan 28, 2013
Jacob McCleland / KRCU

Little robots whizzed across the floor of the Show Me Center this Saturday for the FIRST Tech Robotics Challenge.

Governor Nixon Calls For Longer School Year

Jan 11, 2013
Scott Harvey / KSMU

Governor Jay Nixon says he’ll push for another six days to the school year this legislative session, bringing Missouri in line with the national average.

Dobbins Looks Back At Southeast In 2012

Dec 21, 2012
Southeast Missouri State University

It was an eventful year at Southeast Missouri State University. The university saw its 12th consecutive year of record enrollment, the Board of Regents approved construction of a River Campus expansion and the university grew its agriculture program at its campuses in Sikeston, Malden and Kennett.

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