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Two new college rankings studies based on the U.S. Department of Education’s 2015 College Scorecard database have been released – one from the Economist and another from the Brookings Institute. While the rankings use different methodologies, each sought to determine the value colleges add to their students’ earnings potential. The studies compared former students and graduates’ actual earnings to the earnings researchers projected for attendees of such an institution.
Victory Media, which serves military personnel transitioning into civilian life, has named Frostburg State University to its coveted Military Friendly Schools list for the fifth year in a row. The Military Friendly Schools list honors colleges, universities and trade schools in the country that go above and beyond to embrace America’s military service members, veterans and spouses as students and ensure their success on campus.
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Frostburg State University honored three outstanding employees, Lyndsey Baker, Joni Smith and Patrick Fairall, at its recent Fall Convocation. The annual Staff Awards for Excellence recognize exceptional service to the institution. Recipients are nominated and chosen by their colleagues. This year’s award winners have served FSU for 29 years.
Frostburg State University Homecoming featured service opportunities in which students raised money for local and national charities and cleaned up the University neighborhood following the weekend’s festivities.
A public art partnership between Frostburg State University and the City of Frostburg had its own ’Burg Broadway debut Thursday, Oct. 15.
A mural at 19 S. Broadway painted and designed by FSU senior Parris Ashley was unveiled to the local community, becoming the first major public art installation in downtown.