The Missouri University of Science and Technology says funding for Governor Jay Nixon's revitalization is confusing.
Wrap: Schools might be reaping the benefits of campus grants.
Though Nixon announced the academic elements of his state-sponsored program, he did not specify how funding would be implemented for campuses.
Spokesperson Mary Stoltz of the University of Missouri Science and Technology says although the school is clear on what needs to be done academically, the problem is funding.
|Description: "What we need to know from DED is how funding is going to flow from the student. That part is not clear yet."|
She says the school hopes to see student growth and program funding by 2014.
Repeated phone calls to the Governor were not returned.
Reporting from the state Capitol, I'm Jamie Ries.
Missouri University of Science and Technology is waiting on the Department of Economic Development to make progress with Governor Jay Nixon's revitalization program for students.
Wrap: Prepared, but waiting.
Officials say University of Missouri Science and Technology is academically prepared for student building, but waiting for the The Department of Economic Development to direct them.
Public relations manager, Mary Stoltz, of University of Missouri Science and Technology says the school will show student progress once the program is launched.
|Description: "We'll work with the Rolla central schools in east central college to identify potential students for the program before they start their junior year in high school and they will be able to earn an accelerated degree through the program."|