Board of Regents

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The Murray State University Board of Regents has authorized a 3% increase in tuition and mandatory fees for the next academic year. The board voted on the increase and approved other rates in a special meeting on Friday. Student Regent Tori Wood voted against the rate increases.

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Budget recommendations for "a year that's more difficult than normal," as Murray State University Regent Dan Kemp described it, was presented in summary form during a special meeting of the Board’s Finance Committee on Tuesday. Kemp chairs the committee that brought forth, for discussion purposes, budget proposals for the next fiscal year. Recommendations won't be officially adopted until board approval at the June meeting.

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The Murray State University residential college destroyed in a blast last summer will be restored with new features. The Board of Regents approved Tuesday moving forward with design changes to J.H. Richmond Hall. 

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Murray State University will show multiple design options and ask for input on the restoration of J.H. Richmond Residential Hall on April 4.

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Murray State University faces a $7.2 million budget shortfall this fiscal year. Vice President for Finance and Administration Jackie Dudley shared the numbers at a Board of Regents meeting on Friday.

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Preliminary spring enrollment numbers at Murray State University show a 4.6% decline compared to the previous spring. However, fall 2018 freshmen admissions applications show promising gains. 

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  Dr. Walter Bumphus is resigning from Murray State University’s Board of Regents.

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Murray State University is moving forward with restoring and enhancing the residential college destroyed in an explosion last summer. 

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Murray State University Board of Regents committees held a special meeting on Thursday to consider options for the future of the residential college that exploded last summer

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Murray State University's Board of Regents discussed in their December meeting interim Title IX rules, President Bob Davies' contract, Fall enrollment numbers, a preliminary budget assessment, academic overview and moving forward with plans for buildings on campus among other topics. Here are some of the highlights from the meeting:

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