Idaho’s colleges and universities are no longer required to look at entrance exam scores. Does it make sense to require all high school students take these exams, at a taxpayer expense of $1 million a year?
For a second consecutive year, the four-year schools will hold the line on in-state, undergraduate tuition.
Students won’t be hacking into computer systems in CYB 110, but they will be getting an introduction into what cybersecurity means.
Legislators are pushing to allow college students to opt out of some fees. University leaders say the move could undermine elected student government groups — and jeopardize campus services.