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Mon, Aug 4, 2008
When the was planted in southern Dallas County in 2000, what began with only 55 full-time equivalent students has now blossomed into a thriving campus at a new location in south Oak Cliff. During the past year, larger numbers of students from southern Dallas County have started taking advantage of the affordable, high-quality education available at the campus new site at 7300 Houston School Road.Enrollment is not only a benchmark of success at the school, but brings a specific goal: when the student full-time equivalent enrollment reaches 1,000, the UNT Dallas Campus can become a freestanding, degree-granting institution " the first...
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Thu, Jul 31, 2008
The UNT Dallas Campus will be assisting military families pursuing higher education through the new Stars and Stripes Fund. The Greater Texas Foundation, whose goal is to support initiatives that increase access to higher education in Texas, awarded the Dallas campus money to establish a fund for military spouses, children of military families and soldiers whose GI Bill benefits have expired, or who may have exceeded the benefits or are ineligible for the GI Bill or Texas' Hazelwood Exemption.'The purpose of the fund is to provide for any shortfall they may have in GI Bill benefits, but we also want to extend the offer of financial...
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