Wisconsin college students will have to pay more to attend the University of Minnesota under a change approved by the Wisconsin Legislature’s budget committee.
With another round of cuts to higher education expected from the Legislature this year, the University of Minnesota Law School is adapting in a dramatic way — by working toward financial independence.
It may cost Wisconsin college students more money to attend college in Minnesota under a proposal backed by Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker.
Around 400 students from the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system rallied on the steps of the Capitol against tuition increases.
The Board of Regents is considering a way to even the cost of tuition at the University of Minnesota’s 11 colleges.
The University of Minnesota Board of Regents is reviewing a budget that calls for a tuition hike of 4.4 percent.