The CU Board of Regents approved a plan that will effectively keep tuition flat again for the 2021-22 academic year. CU Boulder's Carla Ho’a provides details on how this proposal supports CU students and contributes to fiscal resilience.
At its meeting April 8, the CU Board of Regents approved a plan by the campuses that will effectively keep tuition flat again this year, a salary increase and one-time payment for various employee groups and more.
CU Boulder leaders are encouraged by federal immigration legislation moving through Congress that seeks to protect Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and other Dreamers, and to clear a green card backlog that is impacting international scholars.
The budget model redesign project wrapped up stakeholder interviews in February, marking the end of phase one, or the diagnostic phase, of the budget redesign project. The project has now entered phase two, called solution design.
As CU Boulder carries out its academic mission amid the COVID-19 pandemic and takes important steps to advance diversity, equity and inclusion, the university remains committed to a third priority—fiscal resilience—that supports the entirety of CU Boulder’s mission.
At its Feb. 11 meeting, the CU Board of Regents voted to approve the new names of a pair of buildings and held a preliminary discussion on tuition, fees and compensation. The board also formally recognized members of the 2020 cohort of distinguished professors.
Approved are the new names of two buildings––one after pioneering alumna and lifelong educator Lucile Berkeley Buchanan and another after Professor Emeritus Albert Ramírez and his late wife, Vera, who for many years provided support, mentorship and guidance to first-generation and other underrepresented students.
The University of Colorado system has announced a search for a new leader of its Office of Digital Education and is seeking input on a first draft of a Master Services Agreement between the ODE and the four CU campuses.