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King Appointed Interim President

Robert L. King, a national leader in higher education and former SUNY chancellor, is expected on campus the week of July 11.

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Florida Tech Rising in 2022 College Rankings from Journal, Times Higher Ed

The university has risen 26 spots since last year's college rankings from the Wall Street Journal and Times Higher Education.

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Florida Tech Earns STARS Silver Rating for Sustainability Achievements

STARS is a rating system for higher education that addresses the environmental, social and economic dimensions of sustainability.

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Florida Tech Receives $1 Million Donation for Pandemic Challenges

The gift from The University Financing Foundation honors Florida Tech President Dwayne McCay and former Vice President of Financial Affairs Jack Armul.

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Florida Tech Community Mourns Passing of Julius Montgomery

He broke barriers in two of society’s most important and high-profile realms – education and the high-tech workforce – years before the Civil Rights Act was ratified.

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Julius Montgomery Honored at Florida Tech MLK Event

The event also featured the presentation of the university’s Julius Montgomery Pioneer Award and Dr. Harvey L. Riley Bridge Builder Award.

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US News: Florida Tech a Top National University

The magazine considers 15 metrics when ranking schools for academic excellence, placing the largest emphasis on a college's ability to retain and graduate its students.

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Tom Folliard, CarMax Board Chair, Headlines Smith Lecture Oct. 16

In his presentation, Folliard will explain how CarMax grew so quickly and discuss the company’s journey to the top of the industry.

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Florida Tech Announces Major Gift from Dwayne and Mary Helen McCay

The $1.25 million estate gift from Florida Tech's President and First Lady will support two of their lifelong passions – education and faith.

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Florida Tech Hosts Successful Concrete Canoe Competition

Florida Tech was only the second university in Florida to host the 32-year-old event.

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