Today the Minnesota State Board of Trustees voted to raise tuition by $65 million for Minnesota college and university students, the maximum allowed by the Minnesota legislature and governor. With some of the highest tuition in the country for community and technical college students, this tuition increase will cause enrollment to continue to spiral downward making the budget situation worse for colleges across the state.
May Association Update: In honor of Dr. Mark M. Welter, a great supporter and friend of LeadMN and college students across the state of Minnesota.
May Association Update: Find out more about the recently elected 2019-20 cabinet!
May Association Update: A look back at the successes of the 2018-19 year. Thank you to everyone for your hard work and the difference you made!
May Association Update: Democracy is not a spectator sport. We are hosting three mini conferences to get Minnesota State colleges involved.
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President Becerra shared a letter with conference committee members outlining LeadMN’s support for Hunger Free Campuses, z-degrees, open educational resources, and a variety of other issues contained in the House and Senate omnibus bills.
No student should have to go hungry while pursuing their education. Together we can end hunger on our college campuses.
Find out what is happening at the capitol from LeadMN Executive Director Mike Dean.
Students from across the state gathered at the capitol to show the importance of making college affordable for all Minnesotans.