WAHPETON — A new audit of Dickinson State University programs turned up no irregularities beyond those unearthed in certain international programs earlier this month, the school’s president said Thursday.
Three Dickinson State University higher-ups, who called it quits just before the results of a major university audit was announced, handled numerous admission and transcript-related proceedings for international students who received unearned degrees, North Dakota University System Chancellor William Goetz said Tuesday.
While the events that unraveled at Dickinson State University on Feb. 10 were disturbing, students, staff and faculty are taking the opportunity to “grow together and grow stronger,” officials said Monday.
The search for a missing Dickinson State University dean came to a tragic end Friday when officials found his body north of the intersection of Seventh Avenue West and Sixth Street West in Memorial Park.
Dickinson State University is still evaluating which employees were involved with violating policies that resulted in hundreds of international students not meeting minimum admission requirements, lacking official transcripts and receiving unearned degrees.
D.C. Coston was “thrilled and excited” after being appointed Dickinson State University’s president Thursday. The State Board of Higher Education voted him into the position during a meeting held via conference call Thursday morning.
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