The Board of Regents will review President Eric Kaler's first $3.5 billion operating budget proposal next Friday. It calls for a 3.5 percent increase for in-state undergraduate tuition. Out-of-state and graduate students would see tuition go up about four percent. The budget proposal also includes money for faculty hires, salary increases and academic investments, according to the Pioneer Press.
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The budget for next school year approved by the University of Minnesota Board of Regents Friday will raise undergraduate tuition by 3.5 percent and fund as many as 100 new faculty. U of M President Eric Kaler said the tuition increase was the lowest in the past 12 years at the university.
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