Board of Regents

University’s head authority consists of 12 members elected by the Minnesota Legislature from each of the state’s eight congressional districts, along with four members representing the state at large. The board oversees executive, academic and financial policies – from the cost of tuition and financial aid, to student code of conduct. These policies provide the framework for University’s function and all other administrative policies.
Oct. 01, 2014
There are at least 37 buildings on the Twin Cities campus classified as in critical need of updates.
Sep. 25, 2014
U officials are mulling a plan that increases the school’s role in addressing issues like food sustainability and climate change.
Sep. 24, 2014
President Eric Kaler proposed a new request strategy that has seen mixed reviews from state legislators.
Sep. 23, 2014
Some school and state officials say tuition freezes shouldn’t replace long-term strategies for cutting students’ costs.
Sep. 22, 2014
A new plan calls for the school’s first academic building and an increase in enrollment.
Sep. 18, 2014
The new program aims to serve the needs of the state and nation’s tribal communities.
Sep. 17, 2014
The public can comment on the proposal online until Sept. 25.
Sep. 15, 2014
Tuition freeze could extend beyond undergrads
Sep. 08, 2014
He also hopes to keep the Washington Redskins’ name out of school materials when the team plays at on campus this fall.
Sep. 04, 2014
The Board of Regents will review the plan for the first time next week.
Aug. 06, 2014
U leaders will ask lawmakers for a funding boost to lengthen the current tuition freeze.
Aug. 06, 2014
Civil service employees on the U’s Twin Cities campus often make thousands more than their coordinate campus peers.
Jul. 30, 2014
The institution recently bought two parcels of land behind TCF Bank Stadium for $7.9 million.
Jul. 23, 2014
The University president also discussed his goals for the institution and how the new campus tobacco ban is enforced.
Jul. 16, 2014
Under his new, recently approved contract, President Eric Kaler will earn nearly $1 million in fiscal year 2020.


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