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JUNE 11, 2021: Notice of MTSU Board of Trustees actions on June 8, 2021

JUNE 11, 2021: Notice of MTSU Board of Trustees actions on June 8, 2021

June 11 2021

Dear Campus Community:

I am pleased to inform you that on Tuesday, June 8, 2021, the Middle Tennessee State University Board of Trustees held its quarterly meeting in the Miller Education Center.  At that meeting, the Board took formal action on my recommendation to approve a ...

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MAY 24, 2021:  Update on ending masks and distancing requirements

MAY 24, 2021: Update on ending masks and distancing requirements

May 24 2021

To the University community,

Effective immediately, and in accordance with guidance from federal and state public health officials, I am removing campus mandates for the wearing of masks, maintaining social distancing and observing modified COVID-19 room capacities. However, masks ...

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MAY 20, 2021: Update on Rutherford Lot investigation

MAY 20, 2021: Update on Rutherford Lot investigation

May 20 2021

To the University community,

As our MTSU Police continue to aggressively pursue all leads in order to apprehend those responsible for hateful graffiti found last Friday on the fringes of our campus, I wish to give you a brief update. Our Police has gleaned helpful leads from security camera foot...

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MAY 15, 2021: Seeking tips on Friday hate vandalism

MAY 15, 2021: Seeking tips on Friday hate vandalism

May 15 2021

To the University community,

MTSU Police continues to review evidence from Friday from those who defaced one of our bus stops in the Rutherford Boulevard parking lot with threatening and disgusting racial hate speech.

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MAY 14, 2021: This despicable act is not us

MAY 14, 2021: This despicable act is not us

May 14 2021

To the University community,

We were alerted today to hateful graffiti on panels and benches on bus stops near one of our parking lots. This vandalism was promptly removed by Facilities Services and MTSU Police is actively investigating. If and when those responsible are identified...

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