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UW Trustees Approve 2018-19 Budget, Including Employee Salary Adjustment

The University of Wyoming’s operating budget for the 2018-19 fiscal year includes investments in UW’s faculty and staff resources, including the first broad-based pay raise for UW employees in three years. The UW Board of Trustees today (Wednesday) approved the $497.84 million spending plan for the fiscal year that begins July 1, reflecting little change from the current overall budget level but reallocating dollars internally to achieve key objectives in UW’s strategic plan, “Breaking Through: 2017-2022.” Most significant is a $5.5 million pool for employee salary adjustments, the first such increase at UW since the 2015-16 fiscal year.... Continue Reading
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University of Wyoming Trustees to Hear Plan on Budget Cuts

  LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) — The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees will be discussing how the state’s only public four-year university will cut more than $40 million from its budget over the next two years. Trustees are holding a special meeting in Laramie on Wednesday where new UW President Laurie Nichols will present her plan to start cutting the budget, beginning July 1.... Continue Reading
Albany County News

UW Trustees Approve Personnel Actions

The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees approved the following personnel items during its meeting Friday, May 13th. Administrative Appointments Office of the President Laurie Nichols as UW’s 26th president. She also will hold tenure at the rank of professor in the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources.... Continue Reading
Laramie News

UW Trustees Approve Small Increase in Student Fees

The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees has approved a small increase in mandatory student fees for the 2016-17 academic year. Full-time students each will pay $1,334.62 next year, up just $13.12 from the $1,321.50 charged in the current year. The mandatory fees assessed on all students on the Laramie campus support a variety of self-sustaining programs.... Continue Reading