The Metropolitan is catching up on past conversations with President Arthur. On April 24, 2018 she discussed legislative initiatives impacting campus. Plus other topics: spendy textbooks, the space study, tuition-setting, and Mayor Melvin Carter's plan to jump-start every college savings for St. Paul kids.
The senatorial, gubernatorial and attorney general candidates sparred in a forum televised from New Main Great Hall two weeks before Election Day 2018.
The Metropolitan is catching up on past conversations with President Arthur. On May 18, 2018 she discussed the last days of the legislative session and what they might mean for Metro State. Plus other topics: student enrollment, the university budget and the Student Senate’s dissatisfaction with the budget process.
Members of the Alcohol and Drug Counseling Student Association—and an alumna—make it their mission to advocate for people in recovery.
Student leaders, organizations and advisors were celebrated at the 20th annual President’s Student Leadership Awards dinner held May 9 in New Main Great Hall.
Peer support group will advocate for students recovering from and impacted by addiction.
Two-credit class will offer job search advice, peer support and insight into 3M's corporate culture.
Narcan overdose rescue kits are now carried by campus safety officers and available in publicly accessible cabinets.
Provisions of the Harry W. Colmery Veterans Education Act of 2017, commonly known as the Forever GI Bill, will take effect in August 2018.
Metro State gets two big tech upgrades: the first cyber range in Minnesota, and a redesigned university website.