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Deena Kennell and Janet Hartman Career Services aims to serve more students in Library Learning Commons

August 18, 2014

Career and Academic Planning Services is serving an increased number of students since moving to the King Library last semester. "We see a lot more students here than we did in Crites. Our services are consistent with the Library Learning Commons. We … Read more

The coffee shop in the Library Learning Center opened Wednesday. From left, Jon Hansen, vice president of enrollment and marketing, Susan Hines, associate vice president of teaching and learning technologies, Charles Snare, vice president of academic affairs, Tracy Shuck, resident operations director with CSC Dining Services and Taryn Marcy, catering manager with CSC Dining Services. (Tena L. Cook/Chadron State College) Coffee shop opens in Library Learning Commons

August 15, 2014

CSC Dining Services and the King Library have partnered to provide a new gathering space for students, faculty and staff. The coffee shop opened in the Library Learning Center Wednesday. Dr. Charles Snare, vice president of academic affairs, said the opening of … Read more

acbsp photo Chadron State College business program reaffirmed by ACBSP

July 29, 2014

CHICAGO – The Chadron State College business program was recently reaffirmed by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) during a conference in Chicago. Chadron State was one of 19 association member institutions to earn accreditation for its business … Read more

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New faculty members announced

August 27, 2014

Seven new faculty members have joined the Chadron State College community. They are Robin Brierly, Steve Coughlin, Marc Daczewitz, Josh Ellis, Bill Mullins, Kaitlin Petri and … Read more

Wilderness author to open Galaxy Series

August 27, 2014

Chadron State College has partnered with the Pine Ridge Ranger District of the Nebraska National Forests and Grasslands to sponsor environmental expert Dr. Paul S. Sutter … Read more

CSC welcomes Artist-in-Residence

August 26, 2014

Actor D. Kevin Williams arrived at Chadron State College Monday as an Artist-in-Residence through Oct. 5, according to Roger Mays, professor of theatre. Williams will portray “Jim” … Read more

International enrollment reaches record levels

August 25, 2014

The record number of incoming, degree-seeking international students enrolling on the first day of classes at Chadron State College this fall discovered their opportunities through a … Read more

Big Event seeking staff members

August 20, 2014

Individuals interested in joining The Big Event team should contact Shaunda French, assistant professor of communications, by Friday, Sept. 12. Interviews for the 2015 Big Event staff … Read more

Record numbers reported

August 19, 2014

Members of the incoming Chadron State College freshmen class have more to write home about than the usual first week of college experiences. They hold the … Read more

Upward Bound celebrates 50th anniversary

August 13, 2014

Upward Bound, a national program that more than doubles the chances of low-income, first-generation students to graduate from college, is celebrating its 50th anniversary this summer. Chadron … Read more

Leading Nebraska botanist visits CSC for Claude Barr research

August 8, 2014

Jim Locklear, director of conservation at Lauritzen Gardens in Omaha, visited the Claude A. Barr Memorial Collection archives at Chadron State College Friday conducting research for … Read more

New Student Orientation to begin August 14

August 7, 2014

Preparations for New Student Orientation (NSO) at Chadron State College are being finalized. The annual event is scheduled to begin Thursday, Aug. 14. Students who have not … Read more

Miss Chadron State College Rodeo application available

July 18, 2014

The 2014-15 Miss Chadron State College Rodeo application is now available on the CSC rodeo Web page. The pageant will take place Sept. 8-12 prior to … Read more