Members of the Minnesota House and Senate created the United Black Legislative Caucus in early February with sights on increasing representation at the Capitol.
Qualifying University of Minnesota students could see their State Grant allocations increase next year as school officials propose possible tuition increases.
At a joint meeting of the House and Senate higher education committees Monday, legislators will recommend candidates for the University of Minnesota's Board of Regents. Legislators, council members and regents said despite past controversies surrounding regent selection, lawmakers need to work with the Regent Candidate Advisory Council to prevent the election process from becoming political.
University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler’s comments on a potential tuition increase next year have prompted some administrators to criticize the school’s approach at the State Capitol.
University of Minnesota representatives testified in front of the state’s House Capital Investment Division for the first time this week as officials weigh the likelihood of a bonding bill this session.
The University of Minnesota has more than $11 million of administrative costs to cut by the end of the year to accomplish one of President Eric Kaler’s major priorities.
The University of Minnesota is seeking support from the Legislature to begin chipping away at its $4.5 billion blacklog of infrastructure needs over the next 10 years.
The University of Minnesota’s biennial budget request is around one-third that of its state system counterpart, which may help the school make its case to lawmakers this session.
A potential tuition increase for University of Minnesota students has drawn criticism from lawmakers, who say the school should do more to cut costs.
President Eric Kaler addressed the Legislature on his budget request on Tuesday.