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Welcome to the Blog of Michelle Howard-Vital

April 03, 2008

Greetings. Welcome to the blog of Michelle Howard-Vital, President of Cheyney University.

We are testing this as another method of campus-wide communcation. We will discuss refinements to our strategic plan, as well as the process for developing centers of excellence.

I look forward to our conversations!

Michelle Howard-Vital


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President Howard-Vital, this is an excellent way to further strengthen the Cheyney University community, as well it can be used to widen and improve on the ways we communicate as a community.
Prado Museum Madrid 8:26AM 03/02/11
President Howard-Vital Please consider the commuters when announcing school closings. I drove to campus from Phila. yesterday for a 9:30a.m. class. There were no walkways shoveled. I had to walk in knee-deep snow to Harris-Turner. I waited 30 minutes for my professional to arrive, to then get a text message at 10:03 advising that school is closed.
moorelikeu 1:35PM 02/09/10
the tuition relief fund is something badly needed at cheyney. many times this semester i was worried about how i was going to pay for everything. having only small grants i was forced to takes out loans, which of course i will end up paying more for. we need this ASAP!
anonymous 3:59PM 04/30/09
i think entering the entrepreneurship competition next year will be a great idea. especially for an HBCU. it will allow many young blacks the opportunity to put themselves outthere. this could be exactly what cheyney needs. by putting a team together you will inspire many cheyney students to step and be a leader.
marcel holmes 3:36PM 04/30/09



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