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Frostburg State University has been designated a Voter Friendly Campus in the inaugural list of 83 such campuses nationwide from the Campus Vote Project in partnership with NASPA, Student Affairs Professionals in Higher Education. Just two Maryland schools earned the designation: Frostburg and Towson University.
The month of March has been dedicated to the athletic training profession as National Athletic Training Month (NATM). During this month students and staff involved in the Frostburg State University athletic training major participate in various events to help the community and share information about athletic training.
This data-rich age of astrophysics is ripe for new discoveries, and one Frostburg State University student has findings that he is ready to submit for publication in the Astrophysical Journal.
Oh Captain! My captain! Rise up and hear the excitement over mathematics among friends.
Frostburg State University is becoming a growing resource for science, technology, education and mathematics – STEM – education for public schools in Appalachia through a growing outreach program.
A report from the Council for Aid to Education’s Voluntary Support of Education survey, reported this week by Marketwatch.com, listed Frostburg State University first among universities and third among all colleges for directing the largest percentage of contributions toward financial aid in 2016.
In 2016, the city of Frostburg, supported by Frostburg State University and the Appalachian Regional Commission, ordered a study to determine which industries are most likely to employ FSU graduates. By recruiting such industries, city officials hoped more FSU students would choose to remain in Frostburg and the surrounding areas after graduation.
For the second time in as many years, Frostburg State University’s military service members and veteran students have a new Veterans Center to call home, now at 150 Park Ave. in Frostburg. With more than 500 additional square feet of space and a segmented floor plan, the new center expands and improves services for FSU’s nearly 200 veterans, military-connected service members and dependents.
Dr. Alice R. Manicur, a trailblazing administrator who dedicated 47 years of her career to Frostburg State University’s students, passed away on Monday, Jan. 2.