Monthly Archives: December 2008
THIBODAUX – The Nicholls State University Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Services has announced the recipients of the 16th annual Quality Achievement Awards, recognizing the most outstanding employees of 2008 in the Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Services.
THIBODAUX – In an initial effort to limit expenses, spurred by the recent announcement of budget-cuts to higher education, the administration of Nicholls State University has established a series of energy conservation measures – supplementing campus conservation policies already in place.
Dr. Rebecca Pennington (center), assistant vice president for development and university relations at Nicholls State University, accepts the initial check establishing the Blaine Faslund Memorial Scholarship Fund.
THIBODAUX – Those who think of Nicholls State University simply as a regional institution are encouraged to check out the 47 colorful flags hanging from the ceiling of the Bollinger Memorial Student Union.
THIBODAUX – A scholarship has been established to honor former Nicholls State University student Amanda Larpenter, who passed away in July 2007.
THIBODAUX — The University of Louisiana System, of which Nicholls State University is a member, was notified Friday afternoon by Gov. Bobby Jindal’s Administration that higher education will face a mid-year budget cut in excess of $109 million.
Nicholls awards 607 degrees to students from Louisiana and beyond; Governor Jindal addresses graduates
THIBODAUX – Nicholls State University held commencement exercises Saturday, Dec. 13, awarding 607 degrees to 591 students who completed coursework in the summer and fall semesters. Degrees were conferred and presented by Dr. Stephen T. Hulbert, university president, at the Houma-Terrebonne Civic Center.
THIBODAUX – Gov. Bobby Jindal is scheduled to deliver the keynote address Saturday, Dec. 13, at the Nicholls State University fall commencement ceremony – slated for 10 a.m. at the Houma-Terrebonne Civic Center.
THIBODAUX – Calling community service a “vital tool in shaping the moral character of students,” University of Louisiana System President Randy Moffett awarded $5,460 to Nicholls State University on Friday, Dec. 5, to fund a project to remove litter from the beach at Grand Isle State Park.