President Eric Kaler met with board members at a Board of Regents retreat Wednesday in Chaska to discuss decreasing state support, alternative revenue sources and tuition, among other things. Board members said without adequate state funding, the University will need to consider “bold” solutions to prevent sharp resident tuition hikes, including examining the school’s current reciprocity agreements.
Gov. Tim Walz rolled out his biennial budget proposal Tuesday, which included less than half of the University of Minnesota’s request.
The Regent Candidate Advisory Council voted Friday to forward a total of 16 University of Minnesota Board of Regents candidates to the state Legislature for their consideration in the upcoming election.
University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler laid out the school’s funding requests at a press conference Wednesday morning as the state’s legislative session begins.
The University of Minnesota has motioned to dismiss a lawsuit filed by former and current Gophers football players.
Following the second alcohol-related death of a campus fraternity member within a year, the University of Minnesota is in the midst of re-examining Greek life policy.
The alleged rape victim of Chinese billionaire Liu Qiangdong, who was arrested in Minneapolis last week following a visit to the University of Minnesota, is reportedly a University student, according to a report.
A carbon monoxide scare at a campus-area apartment building evacuated around one hundred residents from their homes Tuesday night.
The conservative student group that sponsored Ben Shapiro’s February visit to campus is suing the University of Minnesota, alleging discrimination and a violation of First Amendment obligations.
Following a 2016 University of Minnesota football scandal, nine players involved in the school’s investigation into their alleged sexual misconduct are suing the school for racial and gender bias.