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  • Mahony: Winthrop provides 'stellar student experience' in Rock Hill

    Winthrop University President Dan Mahony delivered the State of the University address Thursday at Byrnes Auditorium, where he discussed the university's strategic plans. Among the goals, Mahony hopes to find ways to help reduce student debt, recruit a more "diverse" student body and staff, initiate new programs to reach non-traditional students, improve on-campus salaries and provide more access to technology.

Mahony: Winthrop provides 'stellar student experience' in Rock Hill

Winthrop University President Dan Mahony delivered the State of the University address Thursday at Byrnes Auditorium, where he discussed the university's strategic plans. Among the goals, Mahony hopes to find ways to help reduce student debt, recruit a more "diverse" student body and staff, initiate new programs to reach non-traditional students, improve on-campus salaries and provide more access to technology.
Tracy Kimball