Regents review tuition request, approve more leased apartments
August 06, 2015
Regents review tuition request, approve more leased apartments, approves presidential salary increases and a nonprofit facilties corporation and cremation garden concept for Iowa State, and clears the way for design to begin on the Student Innovation Center.
Spring tuition increase is for ISU, UNI students only
September 11, 2015
Student leaders present different pictures of the revenue needs on their campuses.
Half of new dollars in next operating budget will bolster the student experience
July 16, 2015
Iowa State will invest about $23.5 million more this year -- including $14 million in reallocated funds -- in services and programs that enhance the academic and campus experience for students.
Incremental state operating support next year is shy of 1 percent
June 18, 2015
One-time funds surpass recurring dollars for Iowa State in appropriation bills that await the governor's signature.
FY16 salary parameters are announced
May 14, 2015
Uncertainty about state funding and tuition revenue likely will make it a year if lean salary increases for most employees.
Leath: FY16 budget will be shaped by four priorities
December 11, 2014
Iowa State's operating budget for the year that begins next July will be shaped by the four broad priorities President Steven Leath first presented two years ago during his installation. Leath also asked his senior VPs to invest in the May action plans of two standing presidential work groups.
Performance-based funding: What it is and why it's important
November 13, 2014
An Inside Q&A explains the state Board of Regents' new model for allocating state funds, including why it created some controversy and how it should fix a long-standing inequity.
Regents consider third tuition freeze
October 30, 2014
As the state Board of Regents last week reviewed a proposal for modest tuition increases next year, regent Larry McKibben announced his intent to propose a third straight tuition freeze when the board votes on the topic on Dec. 3.
Regents will seek state funds to implement funding model
September 11, 2014
The state Board of Regents' funding request to the 2015 Legislature will include nearly $13 million in "supplemental" funding next year to implement the performance-based funding model for the three regent universities approved by the board in June.