Monday, December 5, 2016

UW trustees hear recommendation to change tuition policy - Associated Press

Wrestling with more than $40 million in budget cuts, University of Wyoming administrators want more leeway in spending tuition funds that are now dedicated to paying for faculty and staff pay raises and other college operations. Under current university policy, tuition increases automatically by 4 percent each academic year. Half of the money raised funds salary increases for faculty and staff, 25 percent goes to academic unit support budgets and 25 percent is spent on libraries and information technology.

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