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Ebilling made easier

 In addition to receiving excess financial aid electronically, students can now pay for services such as orientation and housing using VSU’s new online payment system. � The new system, known as Touchnet, is a real-time, third-party payment system that encompasses eBill and eRefund.  According to Sue Fuciarelli, vice president for finance and administration, the move to Touchnet was made in ...

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Small tuition increase, large concerns

Editor’s Note: April 20 — The graphic by Jacob McWhorter that ran alongside this article in the April 19 issue of the Spectator was created using information from VSU Financial Services’ Tuition and Fee Schedules webpage. The costs therein represent the total estimated cost of attendance for in-state and out-of-state students for two semesters including tuition and fees for 15 hours of ...

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Ashley purchase shows interest in campus growth

A VSU official says that the recent purchase of Ashley Cinemas is part of a greater plan for future university expansion into northern Valdosta.  Ashley Cinemas Theater was purchased in order to expand the campus and provide 273 needed parking spaces for North Campus and according to Sue Fuciarelli, vice president for finance and administration, the purchase was just a ...

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Presidential finalist announced

 After a nationwide search, Dr. Bill McKinney has received the recommendation as the finalist for VSU’s next president.  Don Leebern, chair of the Special Regents’ Committee for the presidential search at VSU, and University System of Georgia (USG) Chancellor Hank Huckaby  announced the recommendation in a press release Friday.  McKinney said that he is both very excited and humbled by ...

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President search progresses after sessions with general campus

In the past 10 days, four candidates visited VSU with the hopes of moving one step closer to the highly coveted position of VSU president. If VSU’s Presidential Search and Screen Committee decides not to interview more candidates, the committee will choose three of the four candidates and submit an unranked list to the Regents’ Special Committee. Out of that ...

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Search narrowed to four

After months of nationwide searching, VSU has found four presidential candidates to potentially take Dr. Louis Levy’s place in July. The VSU Presidential Search and Screen Committee will spend the duration of February interviewing the four candidates to become the ninth University President. A search began on Sept. 8, some months after Dr. Patrick Schloss resigned to take the position ...

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Anticipated building might be no more

VSU struggles to gain financial support for one of its latest projects, the construction of the Health Sciences and Business Administration building. Georgia State Representative Amy Carter, who is working with the House and Senate leadership to try to get the building in the state budget, said the HSBA wasn’t actually cut out of the budget but did not make ...

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VSU welcomes new faculty members

With the growing student body bringing in more revenue, VSU was able to hire over 60 new professors for the new school year. New Faculty members have become a part of the VSU staff. With new faculty members in over 20 departments, VSU has a grand total of 60 new professors who are teaching this year. Even though all of ...

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Dr. Levy holds open sessions

VSU President, Dr. Louis H. Levy, held the first open session of his tenure this past Tuesday in which students were able to speak to him about their concerns. This session was held in his office located in room 117 in West Hall. Between the hours of 2 p.m. and 4 p.m., students were allowed to privately speak face to ...

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Current COVID-19 Stats for Valdosta State University

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