Student retention, campus child care, online learning among 'Jump-Start Projects' at Iowa State

Monday, June 20, 2022
Ames Tribune

Iowa State University is investing more than $10 million into a series of projects to kick off the university's vision of itself over the next decade — a vision that includes better retention of underrepresented students, renovated child care facilities and a unified structure for online programs. Iowa State president Wendy Wintersteen earlier this month presented the university's strategic plan covering the years through 2031 to the Iowa Board of Regents.

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