The Faculty Consultative Committee issued a statement encouraging the Senate to consider reductions as the University anticipates financial loss during COVID-19.
In the past, classes could be canceled due to low enrollment through the fifth day of the semester, which can be challenging for students and instructors.
The University of Minnesota has made some changes to the decision-making process while maintaining shared governance.
The University of Minnesota announced last fall that employee retirement plans will be moved from Securian to Fidelity.
The 2019 data was shared with graduate programs earlier this academic year.
University President Joan Gabel announced that classes will continue online-only through the summer due to COVID-19 concerns.
As the University of Minnesota makes rapid decisions in response to COVID-19, employees anticipate what’s to come.
Under the stay-at-home order, most researchers have had to vacate their labs — leaving their work behind.
University President Joan Gabel and University administrators answered questions from students, staff and faculty about the University's response to COVID-19.
University of Minnesota President Joan Gabel announced Monday in a system-wide email that summer classes will be administered online.