RICHMOND — The Indiana Commission for Higher Education has approved the Bachelor of Applied Science degree program for five Indiana University regional campuses, including IU East.At the Richmond campus, the program will initially be offered through the School of Business and Economics.Dean David Frantz said, “We are excited to have another baccalaureate degree option in the region that supports students who wish to develop further a mix of practical skills, personal communication skills and basic organizational management skills, beyond the technical and specialized skills they acquired in their associate degree programs.”The new program will build on the university’s relationship with Ivy Tech Community College.In particular, the program guarantees graduations from Ivy Tech that they can complete a bachelor’s degree with 60 credit hours or less of additional bachelor’s level work.More information is available here >>
St. Nicholas 7th grade volleyball team participated in the St. Louis tourney on Saturday, Septemebr 13.Teams in the tourney: St. Louis, St. Nicholas, St. Michaels, and Greensburg. Teams played pool play in the morning to accumulate “points”. The 2 teams with the most points advanced to the championship match to play a regular match of the best 2 out of 3 sets.It was St. Nicholas vs. Greensburg. St. Nick won in 2 sets with scores of 25-3 and 25-18.St. Nicholas 7th grade record now stands at 9-0.Courtesy of STN Coach Debbie Gregg.