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Celebration planned as Warren’s tenure ends

VCU will give Beverly Warren, Ph.D., a bittersweet farewell as the provost and senior vice president for academic affairs as she takes on a new position as the 12th president of Kent State University on July 1 2014.

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Board of Visitors OK’s $25 student library fee

A mandatory student library fee may be installed soon to help finance the hiring of extra staff needed for the renovated building.

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New per-credit-hour tuition structure has brought in revenue

Part of VCU’s response to declining state funding was implementing a new per-credit-hour tuition structure that will have been in effect for an entire academic year this May.

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More students seek help from University Counseling Services

With the combination of final exam stress and the recent suicides, VCU’s Counseling Services welcome students on both campuses to take advantage of their confidentional and free services.

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Cycling competition rolls through final exams

Final exams have been moved from May 2 to April 30 due to the CapTech USA Cycling competiton running through the heart of the Monroe Park campus during the scheduled finals week.

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