Draft system-wide strategic plan is set for review by Board of Regents.
Draft system-wide strategic plan set for review
Efforts to meet rural and Native American health care needs also discussed during meeting.
Commitment to addressing rural and Native American health care will be discussed, among other topics.
More MN students are now accessing need-based scholarships from the U, thanks to an increase in available funding.
Board of Regents to discuss recent trends, ongoing efforts to address them and plans for more mental health care space.
Board of Regents also discusses exceeding legislative performance goals.
Board of Regents to also discuss state of University research enterprise.
Students, faculty, staff and the state of Minnesota stand to benefit from the U of M’s FY18-19 biennial budget request.
Health and safety efforts system-wide aim to provide a safe, secure, welcoming and healthy environment for all.
U's Board of Regents also discuss Gopher Athletics, facilities and budgeting
The U of M’s proposed FY 2018-19 biennial budget request benefits U students, faculty, and Minnesota residents.
More than 466,000 UMTC alumni continue to make an impact at their alma mater and across the world.