A proposed resolution is asking the athletic department to drop its new bundling practices, and is asking for refunds for those who bought unwanted football tickets.
University officials plan to move programs in the Department of Postsecondary Teaching and Learning to other areas.
Rasmussen College plans a $24,000 bachelor's degree that would allow it to compete with public universities.
Results from summer focus groups suggest many male students don't fully understand consent.
The derailment appears to have damaged overhead lines that power the trains.
After several years of skyrocketing college tuition, students and their families are finally starting to see some relief.
The St. Paul school says it's coming out ahead financially, and is better positioning itself as a viable alternative to public universities, which are traditionally seen as less expensive.
U leaders say they're confident lawmakers will provide more than $65 million to avoid tuition hikes of 3 percent for undergraduates and 3.5 percent for graduates.
New efforts and outreach are helping ease the transition for transfer students coming to the University of Minnesota, a group often very different from traditional freshmen with needs that haven't always been met.
Students could also encounter rowdier Sundays when the Minnesota Vikings play at TCF Bank Stadium.
Through the fair's 12 days, researchers from about a dozen departments will conduct 30 studies in an array of fields.
The new program will invest hundreds of thousands to help companies get a foothold.
Generation Next promises "many actions" and "no excuses."
Technology is behind many of today's student start-ups -- but being an entrepreneur can be more than making the next killer app.
Higher education officials say the number of applications is artificially high, and makes admission appear more competitive than it really is.