The UNM Board of Regents will conduct its next regular meeting on Tuesday, April 9 at 9 a.m. in Ballroom C of the Student Union Building. The meeting agenda will include the annual Budget Summit.
The board will consider UNM's budget for Fiscal Year 2020 and will approve tuition and fee rates for main campus, branches and directed tuition. Public comment will be considered during open session.
President Garnett S. Stokes will provide a brief introduction and remarks to open the summit. Action items under consideration include budget recommendations for the branch campuses provided by interim Provost Rich Wood, who will also present the main campus recommendations along with interim Vice President for Finance, Craig White.
The recommendations will include funding priorities overview, budget scenario (Norma Allen & Nicole Dopson), and a tuition proposal (Wood). Other discussion items include value proposition, peer comparisons, upper division, graduate and directed tuition for the College of Arts & Sciences.
Action items also include the FY 2020 UNM Health Sciences Center Budget, Dr. Paul Roth - executive vice president and chancellor and Ava Lovell, Senior Executive Officer for Finance & Administration; and Athletics, Eddie Nunez, director and Dopson.
Additional recommendations will be provided by Student Fee Review Board representatives and Mandatory Student Fees Proposal.
Executive Session will follow open session and be held in the Cherry Silver Room on third level of the SUB. Public comment maybe considered during open session. Comments unrelated to agenda items may be made prior to the close of open session.
In order to comply with Open Meetings Act, N.M.S.A. 1978, §10-15-1(F), a full agenda is available has been made available 72 hours in advance.
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