The Kansas Board of Regents has approved tuition increases at public universities that will have some students paying nearly 9 percent more this fall.
Members of the Kansas Board of Regents Thursday criticized the cuts to higher education in a budget passed by the state Legislature.
The chairman of the Kansas Board of Regents expects the board to reconsider its policy banning concealed weapons on state university campuses.
The Kansas Board of Regents has finalized a plan outlining how much money it will request from lawmakers for the coming fiscal year.
The spending plan includes $47 million in additional funding for the state’s universities.The board says it tried to keep its request as modest as possible.
The funding request includes a 1 percent pay raise for all university employees and additional money targeted at specific programs and goals.