Last week, when Southern Illinois University revealed that its main campus in Carbondale needs to borrow money from its Edwardsville location, the news seemed shocking. Who knew SIU was in such dire straits? It wasn’t the kind of news any school would want to broadcast.
Northeastern Illinois University announced last week it's laying off hundreds of students - all ahead of a new furlough program for the rest of the campus employees. As WSIU's Jennifer Fuller reports, the state's budget crisis is forcing leaders at Southern Illinois University to keep a close eye on how this plays out.
News that Northeastern Illinois University is cutting hundreds of student jobs has workers at schools across the state nervous.
The SIU-Carbondale Office of Information Technology is putting out an urgent notice to the campus community about an email scam.
Interim Chief Information Officer Scott Bridges says students, faculty and staff at SIU-C are receiving emails telling them their financial aid award letter is available by clicking on Saluki Net or their SIU email account.
WSIU's Jennifer Fuller talks with SIU Leadership Development Program Director Bruce DeRuntz, and Interim STEM Education Research Center Director Harvey Henson about a new grant to help expand the initiative: