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					                               UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
                                BOARD OF REGENTS
                                 Friday, June 12, 2009
                                  9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
                    600 McNamara Alumni Center, Boardroom

Board Members
     Patricia Simmons, Chair
     Clyde Allen, Vice Chair
     Anthony Baraga
     Richard Beeson
     Dallas Bohnsack
     Linda Cohen
     John Frobenius
     Venora Hung
     Steven Hunter
     Dean Johnson
     David Larson
     Maureen Ramirez



                                   AGENDA - REVISED

ANNUAL MEETING

1.    Establishment of Meeting Dates for 2009-2010 - P. Simmons (pp. 3-4)
2.    Nominating Committee Report: Election of Board Officers - A. Baraga (p. 5)
3.    Other Business

MONTHLY MEETING

1.    Recognition of President’s Award for Outstanding Service Recipients - R. Bruininks (p. 6)
2.    Recognition of Board Staff - P. Simmons (p. 7)
3.    Approval of Minutes - Action - P. Simmons
4.    Report of the President - R. Bruininks
5.    Report of the Chair - P. Simmons
6.    Receive and File Reports (pp. 8-15)
      A. Quarterly Report of Grant & Contract Activity
7.    Consent Report - Review/Action - P. Simmons (pp. 16-26)
      A. Report of the All-University Honors Committee
      B. Gifts Report
      C. Summary of Expenditures
8.    Appointment of Regents Professors - Review/Action - R. Bruininks (p. 27)
9.    Board of Regents Policy: Code of Ethics - Annual Review - W. Donohue (pp. 28-32)
10.   Report of the Faculty Consultative Committee - E. Hoover (pp.33-35)
11.   Recognition: Faculty Consultative Committee Outgoing Chair - P. Simmons/
      R. Bruininks (p. 36)
12.   Board of Regents Policy: Attorneys and Related Services - Review - W. Donohue
      (pp. 37-38)
13.   President’s Recommended FY2010 Annual Capital Improvement Budget - Action -
      R. Bruininks/K. O’Brien/R. Pfutzenreuter (pp. 39-56)
14.   Preliminary 2010 State Capital Request - Review - R. Bruininks/K. O’Brien/
      R. Pfutzenreuter (pp. 57-61)
15.   President’s Recommended Annual Operating Budget FY2010 - Review - R. Bruininks
      (pp. 62-142)
14.   Report of the Educational Planning & Policy Committee - D. Larson
15.   Report of the Facilities Committee - D. Bohnsack
16.   Resolution: Alcoholic Beverage Sales and Service on Campus – Review – K. Brown/
      W. Donohue (p. 143-145)
17.   Report of the Audit Committee - L. Cohen
18.   Report of the Faculty, Staff & Student Affairs Committee - J. Frobenius
19.   Report of the Finance & Operations Committee - S. Hunter
20.   Report of the Litigation Review Committee - A. Baraga
21.   Old Business
22.   New Business
23.   Adjournment




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                      UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
                         BOARD OF REGENTS


Board of Regents                                                June 12, 2009

Agenda Item: Establishment of Meeting Dates for 2009-2010
   review          review/action              action        discussion


Presenters: Regent Patricia Simmons


Purpose:
  policy           background/context        oversight      strategic positioning




Outline of Key Points/Policy Issues:




Background Information:




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                        UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA

                          BOARD OF REGENTS

               TENTATIVE 2009-2010 MEETING SCHEDULE




July 8, 2009                      One-Day Meeting

July 9-10, 2009                   Board of Regents Retreat

August, 2009                      No Meeting

September 10-11, 2009

October 8-9, 2009

November 12-13, 2009

December 10-11, 2009

January, 2010                     No Meeting

February 11-12, 2010

March 11-12, 2010

April 8-9, 2010                   Meetings Tentative

May 13-14, 2010

June 10-11, 2010




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                          UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
                             BOARD OF REGENTS


Board of Regents                                                            June 12, 2009

Agenda Item: Nominating Committee Report - Election of Officers
   review              review/action                  action           discussion


Presenters: Regent Anthony Baraga


Purpose:
  policy              background/context             oversight         strategic positioning

Regent Baraga, Chair of the Nominating Committee, recommends on behalf of the committee
that the following individuals be placed in nomination for the respective Board officer
positions:

       Treasurer:              Richard H. Pfutzenreuter
       Secretary:              Ann D. Cieslak
       Vice Chair:             Linda A. Cohen
       Chair:                  Clyde E. Allen, Jr.




Outline of Key Points/Policy Issues:




Background Information:
Officers of the Board of Regents are elected for two-year terms at the Annual Meeting in odd-
numbered years, consistent with Board of Regents Bylaws.

Nominating Committee members are Regents Anthony Baraga, Chair; Regent Steven Hunter
and Regent Maureen Ramirez.




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                            UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
                               BOARD OF REGENTS


Board of Regents                                                                 June 12, 2009

Agenda Item: President's Award for Outstanding Service
      review             review/action                  action            discussion


Presenters: President Robert H. Bruininks


Purpose:
      policy            background/context             oversight         strategic positioning

To recognize recipients of the 2009 President's Award for Outstanding Service:

1.    Chris Clark, Building and Grounds, Facilities Management
2.    Art Erdman, Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Institute of Technology
3.    William Jacott, Associate Professor Emeritus, Department of Family Practice & Community Health
4.    Carol Kraus, Senior Administrative Director, Board of Regents Office
5.    M.J. Leone, Executive Administrative Specialist, University of Minnesota Duluth Graduate School
6.    Anissa Lightner, Assistant Director, McNamara Academic Center for Student-Athletes
7.    Judith Martin, Professor, Department of Geography, College of Liberal Arts
8.    Patricia Neiman, Student Development Specialist, Office of Equity and Diversity
9.    Gabriele Schmiegel, Counselor, International Student & Scholar Services, Humphrey Institute
10.   Benjamin Sharpe, Senior Academic Advisor, Institute of Technology
11.   Marvin Stein, Professor Emeritus, Department of Computer Science, Institute of Technology
12.   Les Westendorp, Manager, Research Animal Facilities, College of Vetrinary Medicine
13.   Peter Zetterberg, Senior Analyst, Office of Undergraduate Education



Outline of Key Points/Policy Issues:




Background Information:

The President's Award for Outstanding Service was established in 1997 to recognize faculty and
staff who have provided exceptional service to the University of Minnesota. The award is presented
each year in the spring and honors active or retired faculty or staff members who have gone well
beyond their regular duties and have demonstrated an extraordinary commitment to the University
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                          UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
                             BOARD OF REGENTS


Board of Regents                                                          June 12, 2009

Agenda Item: Recognition of Board Staff
   review             review/action                 action           discussion


Presenters: Regent Patricia Simmons


Purpose:
  policy             background/context             oversight        strategic positioning


To recognize Carol Kraus upon her retirement from the Board of Regents Office June 5, 2009.



Outline of Key Points/Policy Issues:




Background Information:




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                            UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
                               BOARD OF REGENTS


Board of Regents                                                   June 12, 2009

Agenda Item: Receive and File Reports
   review               review/action              action      discussion


Presenters: Regent Patricia Simmons


Purpose:
   policy              background/context          oversight   strategic positioning




Outline of Key Points/Policy Issues:




Background Information:
There is one item for receipt and filing:

A. Quarterly Report of Grant & Contract Activity




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              Meeting of the Board of Regents




      Quarterly Report of Grant/Contract Activity



                    Fiscal Year 2009
       Third Quarter Data: January - March, 2009




Produced by: Office of the Vice President for Research


                                                         Version date: 5/27/09



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                          Board of Regents Report
                              Fiscal Year 2009
                    Third Quarter: January – March, 2009

 Explanation and Impact of the New Enterprise Financial System on
                Grant and Contract Activity Report

A review of third quarter data for fiscal year 2009 indicates that award levels
remain stabilized according to expectations identified in our first quarter report.
However, our third quarter levels continue to be down compared to this same
time last year. Key contributors to the decrease between FY08 and FY09 are
outlined below.

Key contributors to third quarter award levels include:

    1. In preparation for the new financial system conversion and a two-week
       system shut down, a significant effort was made in the fourth quarter of
       FY08 to enter as many awards into the system as possible. This shifted
       entry of some awards from the first quarter of FY2009 to the prior fourth
       quarter FY2008 resulting in lower award activity in FY2009.
    2. The method used to track non-federal clinical trial awards has been
       changed as a result of the new financial system. Historically, the full
       amount of the expected award was entered to the system; now the award
       is recorded as revenues are earned. As a result, the Business and
       Industry sponsor category and the colleges who receive these types of
       awards will report higher numbers of awards in smaller dollar increments
       over the course of the award period.
    3. A disproportionate number of very large awards were recorded in first
       quarter of fiscal year 2008, resulting in higher award levels during that
       period.

    As we work past the challenges and changes with the new system, the poor
    economy has introduced new factors contributing to our decline as well as
    some promising opportunities related to potential federal stimulus funding.
    The Office of the Vice President for Research is playing a key role in
    facilitating the University research community’s response to the proposed
    funding and aligning these dollars with the funding needs of our research.
    Already in the fourth quarter, we have already received our first three stimulus
    awards resulting in over $700,000 in new research to the University.




Office of the Vice President for Research   10            Fiscal Year 2009, Third Quarter
                               University of Minnesota
                    Quarterly Report of Grant and Contract Activity
                                 Award Summary by Sponsor
                    Fiscal Year 2009 Third Quarter: January - March, 2009




                    Number of Grants and Contracts Awarded by Sponsor


      TOTAL


    Total Fed


         NIH
                                                                                      FY09 Qtr 3
         NSF                                                                          FY08 Qtr 3
                                                                                      FY09 Total
      Private
                                                                                      FY08 Total

    Bus & Ind


  State of MN


                0         500      1,000       1,500        2,000     2,500   3,000

                                           Number Awarded


Figure 1: Number of Awards by Sponsor.
Comparison for Fiscal Year 2009 versus Fiscal Year 2008. (For numerical data see Table 1 below.)




                     Table 1: Number of Awards
                           Quarter 3              YTD
Agency                    FY08       FY09      FY08            FY09
Total Fed                  295        251        1,088          972
NIH                        157        129          501          451
NSF                         55         41          216          185
Private                    337        302          914          882
Bus & Ind                  118        170          354          381
State of MN                 92         54          254          197
TOTAL                      842        777        2,610        2,432
Table 1: Qtr 3 and Fiscal Year comparisons.




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                                 University of Minnesota
                      Quarterly Report of Grant and Contract Activity
                                   Award Summary by Sponsor
                      Fiscal Year 2009 Third Quarter: January - March, 2009




                       Grants and Contracts Dollars Awarded by Sponsor


       TOTAL


     Total Fed


          NIH

                                                                                              FY09 Qtr 3
          NSF
                                                                                              FY08 Qtr 3

       Private                                                                                FY09 Total
                                                                                              FY08 Total
    Bus & Ind


   State of MN


                 $0          $100         $200             $300          $400          $500
                                        Dollars Awarded (Millions)


Figure 2: Award Totals by Sponsor.
Comparison for Fiscal Year 2009 versus Fiscal Year 2008. (For numerical data see Table 2 below.)




                         Table 2: Total Awarded (Millions)
                            Quarter 3                YTD
Agency                     FY08        FY09      FY08             FY09   % Change
Total Fed                   $65        $67          $314          $279          -11%
NIH                         $41        $44          $173          $163           -6%
NSF                          $9        $13           $53           $41          -23%
Private                     $31        $29           $80           $83            4%
Bus & Ind                   $15         $9           $39           $23          -41%
State of MN                 $18         $8           $46           $33          -28%
TOTAL                      $129       $113          $478          $418          -13%
Table 2: Qtr 3 and Fiscal Year comparisons.




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                                        University of Minnesota
                             Quarterly Report of Grant and Contract Activity
                                           Award Summary by College
                              Fiscal Year 2009 Third Quarter: January - March, 2009



                                           Annual Progress - All Sources




                             2009
                                            $146              $159              $113
               Fiscal Year
                  cal




                             2008
                                                  $217                $132             $129




                                    $0        $100        $200        $300         $400       $500
                                                     Total Awarded (Millions)




Figure 3: Quarter Comparison – All Sources.



                                         Quarterly Contributions to Annual Total
                                                  (FY00 FY08 average)
                                                  (FY00-FY08


       100%
                                            24%                              24%

        80%                                                                                           QTR4
                                            22%                              19%                      QTR3
        60%                                                                                           QTR2
                                                                             20%
                                            21%                                                       QTR1
        40%

                                            33%                              37%
        20%

          0%
                                    All Sources                        Federal

Figure 4: Quarterly Contribution as a percent of year-to-end total (FY00-FY08 average).
On average, over the past eight years, 76% of the yearly total has been awarded by the end of Quarter 3.




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                                University of Minnesota
                     Quarterly Report of Grant and Contract Activity
                                  Award Summary by College
                     Fiscal Year 2009 Third Quarter: January - March, 2009


                              Grants and Contracts Awarded by College



           Academic Health Center- Shared

                                     CEHD

                                    CFANS
                                                                                           FY09 Qtr 3
                Coll of Biological Sciences                                                FY08 Qtr 3

                        Coll of Liberal Arts

                    Institute of Technology

                           Medical School

                   School of Public Health

     Sr VP System Academic Administration

                                               $0   $10             $20        $30   $40          $50


                                                    Total Awarded (Millions)




Figure 5: Grants and Contracts Awarded by Colleges: Units with Greater than $15 Million
         Awarded Annually.




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                                  University of Minnesota
                       Quarterly Report of Grant and Contract Activity
                                    Award Summary by College
                       Fiscal Year 2009 Third Quarter: January - March, 2009



                                       Grants and Contracts Awarded by College

       Carlson School of Mgmt
                 Coll of Design
              Coll of Pharmacy
           Coll of Vet Medicine
                          HHH
                   Law School                                                                       FY09 Qtr 3

                      Libraries                                                                     FY08 Qtr 3
                   Other Units
            School of Dentistry
      School of Medicine - UMD
             School of Nursing
                UM-Crookston
                    UM-Duluth
                    UM-Morris
                UM-Rochester
              VP for Research

                                  $0                $1                   $2             $3              $4
                                                         Total Awarded (Millions)



Figure 6: Grants and Contracts Awarded by Colleges: Units with Less than $15 Million
         Awarded Annually.
         Other units includes Auxiliary Services, VP for Equity and Diversity, Public Safety, and
         Scholarly and Cultural Affairs.




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                              UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
                                 BOARD OF REGENTS


Board of Regents                                                               June 12, 2009

Agenda Item: Consent Report
       review              review/action                 action           discussion


Presenters: Regent Patricia Simmons



Purpose:
       policy            background/context             oversight         strategic positioning

To seek Board of Regents approval of items in the Consent Report, as required in Board of Regents
Policy: Reservation and Delegation of Authority.


Outline of Key Points/Policy Issues:
Items for consideration:

I.       Report of the All-University Honors Committee
         The president recommends approval of the All-University Honors recommendation
         forwarded to the Board of Regents in a letter dated May 26, 2009.

II.      Gifts
         The President recommends approval of the Summary Report of Gifts to the University of
         Minnesota through April 30, 2009 (attached).

III.     Quarterly Summary of Expenditures
         The President recommends approval of the Quarterly Summary of Expenditures reports
         (attached).



Background Information:


President's Recommendation for Action:

The President recommends approval of the Consent Report.
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                                MEETING OF THE BOARD OF REGENTS
                          GIFTS TO BENEFIT THE UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
                                       SUMMARY REPORT*


                                       June 12, 2009 Regents Meeting


                                               April                             Year-to-Date
                                                                         07/01/08           07/01/07
                                     2009               2008             04/30/09           04/30/08



U of M Gift Receiving           $    1,165,088     $     761,983     $     2,998,824    $     4,788,306

4-H Foundation                          82,183              54,279          331,248           2,082,170

Arboretum Foundation                   190,889           233,120           2,990,433          2,619,556

MN Medical Foundation                2,722,156         70,539,204        116,845,400        112,841,387

Univ of MN Foundation                4,098,550          8,377,941        102,978,708        136,848,678

Total Gift Activity             $    8,258,866     $   79,966,527    $ 226,144,613      $   259,180,097




*Detail on gifts of $5,000 and over is attached.

Pledges are recorded when they are received. To avoid double reporting, any receipts
which are payments on pledges are excluded from the report amount.




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                                  Gifts to benefit the University of Minnesota

                                          Gifts received in April 2009

Donor                                       Rec'd by     Gift/Pledge Purpose of gift
$1 Million and Over
Christy W. Bell                                 UM       Gift            University of Minnesota, Duluth

$500,000 ‐ $1,000,000
Masonic Cancer Center Fund Incorporated        MMF       Pledge          Medicine

Children's Cancer Research Fund                MMF       Gift            Masonic Cancer Center, Pediatrics

$250,000 ‐ $500,000
3M Foundation Incorporated                      UMF      Gift/Pledge     Various Colleges
Joan M. Allmaras                                UMF      Gift            College of Food, Agricultural and 
                                                                         Natural Resource Sciences

$100,000 ‐ $250,000
Katharine Billman Estate                      UMF   Gift                 Various Colleges
Ernestine Rathbun Pittelkow Estate           UM/MMF Gift                 Minnesota Landscape Arboretum, 
                                                                         Medicine
Franz Halberg                                  MMF       Gift            Laboratory Medicine and Pathology

SuperValu Incorporated                       UMF/MMF Gift                Carlson School of Management, 
                                                                         N     l
                                                                         Neurology
The Karen Wyckoff Rein in Sarcoma Fund         MMF       Gift            Masonic Cancer Center

Edith Carlson‐O'Rourke Estate                  UMF       Gift            Weisman Art Museum
Arnold S. Leonard Cancer Research Fund         MMF       Gift            Surgery

Hypertherm Incorporated                         UMF      Gift            Institute of Technology
Samuel D. Heins                                 UMF      Gift            Law School
Warren E. Fisher                                UMF      Gift            Institute of Technology

$50,000 ‐ $100,000
St. Jude Medical Incorporated                UMF/MMF Gift                Institute of Technology, Medicine, 
                                                                         Pediatrics
National 4‐H Council                         UMF/UM Gift                 4H Foundation, Law School
James I. and Susan G. Swenson                 UMF   Gift                 University of Minnesota, Duluth
General Mills Incorporated                    UMF   Gift                 Carlson School of Management, 
                                                                         Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, 
                                                                         Institute of Technology
Target Corporation                              UMF      Gift            Various Colleges


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$50,000 ‐ $100,000
Dr. Kimball Forrest                         UMF    Gift     Institute of Technology
Duane L. Ottenstroer Charitable Fund‐       UMF    Gift     Carlson School of Management
Community Foundation Incorporated
Sony Corporation                            UMF    Gift     Institute of Technology
Tawani Foundation                           MMF    Gift     Family Medicine and Community 
                                                            Health
The Balcony Club                            UMF    Gift     Department of Intercollegiate Athletics


$25,000 ‐ $50,000
John A. Economos                            UMF    Gift     University of Minnesota, Duluth
Otto Bremer Foundation                      MMF    Gift     Academic Health Center
Wells Fargo Bank NA                         UMF    Gift     Carlson School of Management
Xtreme Consulting Group Incorporated        UMF    Gift     Research

John A. Billman                             UMF    Pledge   On Campus Stadium
Starke and Virginia Hathaway Trust          UMF    Gift     College of Liberal Arts
Medtronic Incorporated                      MMF    Gift     Medicine
Federated Mutual Insurance Company          UMF    Gift     Department of Intercollegiate Athletics

Allina Health System Incorporated           MMF    Gift     Epidemiology and Community Health

Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica              UMF    Gift     College of Veterinary Medicine
Incorporated
Dr. Peter and Honorable Carol M. Person
Dr Peter and Honorable Carol M Person       UMF    Gift     University of Minnesota, Morris
                                                            University of Minnesota Morris

John R. Camp                                UMF    Gift     College of Liberal Arts
LSI Corporation                             UMF    Gift     Institute of Technology
Shell International Exploration and         UMF    Gift     Institute of Technology
Production Incorporated

$10,000 ‐ $25,000
Minnesota Turkey Research and               UMF    Gift     College of Veterinary Medicine
Promotion Council
Katherine R. Lillehei Charitable Lead       UMF    Gift     School of Nursing
Annuity
PIC USA Incorporated                        UMF    Gift     College of Veterinary Medicine
Schmidgall Family Fund                      UMF    Gift     College of Food, Agricultural and 
                                                            Natural Resource Sciences
Ted and Roberta Mann Foundation             MMF    Gift     Neurology
The Scott Richards North Star Charitable    MMF    Gift     Neurology
Foundation




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$10,000 ‐ $25,000
Information Storage Industry Consortium      UMF    Gift          Institute of Technology

Terry L. and Virginia M. Tranter             UMF    Gift          Carlson School of Management, 
                                                                  Department of Intercollegiate Athletics

3M Company                                   MMF    Gift          Center for Infectious Disease Research 
                                                                  and Policy
Agdia Incorporated                           UMF    Gift          College of Food, Agricultural and 
                                                                  Natural Resource Sciences
Fairview Health Services                     MMF    Gift          Pediatrics
Kraus‐Anderson Construction Company          MMF    Gift          Academic Health Center

National Crop Insurance Services             UMF    Gift          College of Food, Agricultural and 
                                                                  Natural Resource Sciences
P. and D. Kahn Philanthropic Fund‐Jewish     UMF    Gift          College of Liberal Arts
Community Fund
Walter H. Judd Fund‐Minneapolis              UMF    Gift          Office of International Programs
Foundation
Wells Fargo Foundation                       UMF    Gift/Pledge   Various Colleges
Clear Channel Communications                 MMF    Gift          Pediatrics
Incorporated
Tonya Puckett Trust of Advisor Charitable    UMF    Gift          Scholarships
Gift Fund
Dorothy A. Patterson Estate                  UMF    Gift          Academic Health Center
Stryker Orthopaedics
Stryker Orthopaedics                         MMF    Gift          Orthopaedic Surgery
                                                                  Orthopaedic Surgery
Fredrikson and Byron PA                      UMF    Gift          Carlson School of Management
Kurt C. Schmid                               UMF    Pledge        Carlson School of Management
The Bergquist Company                        UMF    Gift          Institute of Technology
Timothy A. Huebsch                           UMF    Pledge        Carlson School of Management
Xcel Energy                                  UMF    Gift          Carlson School of Management
Germain's Technology Group                   UMF    Gift          College of Food, Agricultural and 
                                                                  Natural Resource Sciences
Goal Line Club                               UMF    Gift          Department of Intercollegiate Athletics

Thomas O. Moe                                UMF    Gift          Department of Intercollegiate Athletics

Katherine R. Lillehei Charitable Lead        UMF    Gift          School of Nursing
Unitrust
The Coca‐Cola Company                        UMF    Gift          Department of Intercollegiate Athletics

American Society for Quality                 UMF    Gift          Carlson School of Management
Eleanor M. Kureski                           UMF    Gift          University of Minnesota, Duluth
G. and K. Services Incorporated              UMF    Gift          Carlson School of Management



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$10,000 ‐ $25,000
Infineum USA LP                            UMF    Gift          Institute of Technology
Jacqueline N. Jones                        UMF    Gift          Libraries
John H. and Carolyn C. Beatty              UMF    Gift          College of Biological Sciences
Joseph T. Dixon Jr. and Eugenia C. Dixon   UMF    Pledge        Law School

Judith A. Dove                             MMF    Gift          Pediatrics
Leonard R. Olds and Hugh Rouse             UMF    Gift          Libraries
Lurie Besikof Lapidus and Company LLP      UMF    Gift          Carlson School of Management

Margaret W. Rossiter                       UMF    Gift          Institute of Technology
Marvin L. and LaVerne I. Colness           UMF    Gift          University of Minnesota, Duluth
Mary Rae Adamson Estate                    UMF    Gift          College of Liberal Arts
Newsham Choice Genetics                    UMF    Gift          College of Veterinary Medicine
Northwest Airlines Incorporated            UM     Gift          Minnesota Landscape Arboretum
Parametric Technology Corporation          UMF    Gift          Institute of Technology
Robert R. Melcher                          UMF    Gift          Institute of Technology

$5,000 ‐ $10,000
Appleton                                   UMF    Gift          Institute of Technology
Monsanto Ag Technology                     UMF    Gift          College of Food, Agricultural and 
                                                                Natural Resource Sciences
Center for Computer‐Assisted Legal         UMF    Gift          Law School
Instruction
Dr. Lester C. and Joan M. Krogh            UMF    Gift          Institute of Technology
Minnesota Corn Growers Association
Minnesota Corn Growers Association         UMF    Gift          College of Food, Agricultural and 
                                                                College of Food Agricultural and
                                                                Natural Resource Sciences
Music Mayhem Live                          UMF    Gift          Carlson School of Management
Allen and Linda Saeks Family Fund‐         UMF    Gift          Law School
Minneapolis Foundation
Deloitte Foundation                        UMF    Pledge        Carlson School of Management
Gray, Plant, Mooty, Mooty, and Bennett     UMF    Gift          Carlson School of Management
PA
The Sholl Group Incorporated               UMF    Gift          College of Food, Agricultural and 
                                                                Natural Resource Sciences
William R. and Barbara A. Pearce           UMF    Gift          On Campus Stadium, Humphrey 
                                                                Institute of Public Affairs
Eleanor M. Kowalczyk                       UMF    Gift          Minnesota Landscape Arboretum
BAE Systems                                UMF    Gift/Pledge   Various Colleges
Fox Sports Net                             UMF    Gift          Department of Intercollegiate Athletics

Harvey B. Mackay                           UMF    Gift          Department of Intercollegiate Athletics




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$5,000 ‐ $10,000
Becker Underwood                              UMF    Gift     College of Food, Agricultural and 
                                                              Natural Resource Sciences
Hormel Foods Corporation                      UMF    Pledge   Various Colleges
Alley Institute                               MMF    Gift     Medicine
Federal Planning Division‐American            UMF    Gift     Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs
Planning Association
Reginald C. Boyle                             MMF    Gift     Pediatrics
Robins, Kaplan, Miller and Ciresi L.L.P.      MMF    Gift     Pediatrics
Charitable Foundation
US Borax Incorporated                         UMF    Gift     College of Food, Agricultural and 
                                                              Natural Resource Sciences
Bayer Corporation                             UMF    Gift     College of Food, Agricultural and 
                                                              Natural Resource Sciences
Anthony Garofalo Education Fund‐St. Paul      UMF    Gift     Scholarships
Foundation
Dorsey and Whitney Foundation                 UM     Gift     Minnesota Landscape Arboretum
Abbott Laboratories                           MMF    Gift     Dermatology
Accenture Foundation Incorporated             UMF    Gift     Department of Intercollegiate Athletics

Anonymous                                     UMF    Gift     College of Design
Best Buy Children's Foundation                UM     Gift     Minnesota Landscape Arboretum
Best Buy Purchasing LLC                       UM     Gift     4H Foundation
Brian P. Bennett                              UMF    Gift     Law School
Catherine A. Ludden                           UMF    Pledge   Law School
Chemical Coaters Association International‐
Chemical Coaters Association International    MMF    Gift     Environmental and Occupational Health
                                                              Environmental and Occupational Health
Twin Cities
Daniel A. Whalen                              UMF    Gift     Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs

Dr. Bryan S. Michalowicz                      UMF    Pledge   School of Dentistry
Dr. Clyde E. Johnson                          UMF    Gift     University of Minnesota, Morris
Dr. Vishva Dixit                              UMF    Gift     College of Biological Sciences
Eide Bailly LLP                               UMF    Gift     Carlson School of Management
Gerald S. and Judy C. Duffy                   UMF    Gift     Law School
Goodman's Foundation                          UMF    Gift     Department of Intercollegiate Athletics

Grant D. Aldonas                              UMF    Gift     Law School
Greystone Foundation                          UMF    Gift     Weisman Art Museum
Harriet J. Fremland                           MMF    Gift     Scholarships
Harriet T. Ludwick                            UM     Gift     Minnesota Landscape Arboretum
Insignia Systems Incorporated                 MMF    Gift     Schulze Diabetes Institute
Jean G. Geisler                               MMF    Gift     Schulze Diabetes Institute
Leona Fangmann                                UMF    Gift     School of Nursing




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$5,000 ‐ $10,000
Leonard Street and Deinard Foundation   UMF    Gift     Law School

Margot Siegel                           UMF    Gift     College of Design
Michael T. Nilan                        UMF    Pledge   Law School
MTS Systems Corporation                 UMF    Gift     Institute of Technology
Paul A. Crowell                         UMF    Pledge   Institute of Technology
Pepsico Foundation Incorporated         UMF    Pledge   Department of Intercollegiate Athletics

Robert A. Kierlin                       UMF    Gift     Carlson School of Management
Schreiber Foods                         UMF    Gift     College of Food, Agricultural and 
                                                        Natural Resource Sciences
The Minneapolis Foundation              MMF    Gift     Surgery
Tsoi/Kobus Associates Incorporated      MMF    Gift     Academic Health Center
Winfield Solutions LLC                  UMF    Gift     College of Food, Agricultural and 
                                                        Natural Resource Sciences




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                                                                     UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
                                                                        BOARD OF REGENTS
                                                                    SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES
                                                            GENERAL OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE FUND
                                                               NINE MONTHS ENDING MARCH 31, 2009


                                                                            CURRENT YEAR                                        PRIOR YEAR

                                                               CURRENT      REVENUES/                                CURRENT       REVENUES/
                                                                BUDGET      EXPENDITURES       PERCENT                BUDGET    EXPENDITURES        PERCENT
                                                               2008/09      YTD 2008/09       EXPENDED               2007/08    YTD 2007/08        EXPENDED

Beginning Balance (Prior Year Carryforward)                    $71,226           $51,026                             $51,026        $51,026

Revenues                                                                        $15,602 *                                           $20,000 ***
                                                                                ($9,200) **                                         $15,319 ****
Total Current Year Allocation                                $895,860          $895,860                            $808,004        $808,004
Net Transfers

Total Resources                                              $967,086          $953,288                            $859,030        $863,711




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Expenditures

Salaries                                                     $514,021          $400,820           78.0%            $497,862       $348,896           70.1%

Fringe Benefits                                               $161,069          $121,809           75.6%            $159,610       $106,112           66.5%

Supplies, Expenses, Equipment                                $205,226          $146,242           71.3%            $203,723       $131,877           64.7%

Total Expenditures                                           $880,316          $668,871           76.0%            $861,195       $586,885           68.1%


Ending Balance                                                 $86,770         $284,417                              ($2,165)     $276,826



*Funds transferred to cover 2008 coordinate campus visit.
**FY2009 Unallotment of $9,200
***Funds transferred to cover 2007 coordinate campus visit.
****Funds transferred to Morris budget to cover expenses incurred by the Morris campus for 2007 Board of Regents meetings.
                                                                       UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
                                                                         PRESIDENT'S OFFICE
                                                                      SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES
                                                              GENERAL OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE FUND
                                                          Nine MONTHS ENDING MARCH31 ST, 2009 (3RD Quarter)
                                                                              (Unaudited)
                                                                            CURRENT YEAR                                   PRIOR YEAR
                                                                 CURRENT            REVENUES/                    CURRENT        REVENUES/
                                                                  BUDGET         EXPENDITURES    PERCENT          BUDGET     EXPENDITURES     PERCENT
                                                                 2008/09         YTD 2008/09    EXPENDED         2007/08     YTD 2007/08     EXPENDED

Beginning Balance (Prior Year Carry forward)                   $382,581            $382,581                    $389,880         $389,880

Revenues

Total Year Allocation                                        $4,072,071           $3,900,402                  $3,673,853       $3,737,548

Total Resources                                              $4,454,652           $4,282,983                  $4,063,733       $4,127,428

Expenditures

President's Office Salaries                                   $1,523,242           $1,134,249      74.5%       $1,427,354       $1,109,531      77.7%

President's Office Fringe Benefits                               $743,591            $366,562       49.3%        $709,380         $348,158       49.1%

Supplies, Expense, Equipment
   Ofc of the President-General Operations                     $124,572            $138,113      110.9%        $128,129         $168,329      131.4%

Eastcliff Management Office Salaries                            $100,012               $75,757     75.7%         $98,412          $83,900       85.3%

Eastcliff Management Office Fringe Benefits                       $32,704               $20,325     62.1%         $32,181          $20,655       64.2%

Supplies, Expense, Equipment
   Eastcliff Management Ofc-General Operations                  $39,500               $19,516     49.4%         $19,911          $23,357      117.3%

President's Travel&External Relations                           $28,874                $6,967     24.1%         $28,358          $10,647       37.5%

Fund Transfers                                                        $0                   $0      0.0%         $43,416                 $0      0.0%

President's Discretionary*                                     $970,754            $574,411       59.2%        $995,000         $471,553       47.4%

University Wide Memberships                                    $376,077            $262,781       69.9%        $376,077         $264,626       70.4%

Total Expenditures                                           $3,939,326           $2,598,680      66.0%       $3,858,218       $2,500,756      64.8%

Ending Balance                                                 $515,326           $1,684,303                   $205,515        $1,626,672



*FY09 President's Discretionary figure includes the FY09 Unallotment of $69,700




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                                                        UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
                                                         EASTCLIFF OPERATIONS
                                                       SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES
                                               GENERAL OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE FUND
                                                   NINE MONTHS ENDING MARCH 31, 2009
                                                              (UNAUDITED)




                                                                   CURRENT YEAR                                            PRIOR YEAR

                                                   CURRENT  REVENUES/                                       PRIOR          REVENUES/
                                                   BUDGET EXPENDITURES PERCENT                             BUDGET        EXPENDITURES PERCENT
                                                    2008-09 YTD 2008-09 EXPENDED                            2007-08       YTD 2007-08 EXPENDED

Beginning Balance (Prior Year Carryforward)*                $0                    $0                                $0            $344

Revenues

Total Current Year Allocation                        $258,030            $258,030                           $244,205           $244,205

Transfer from the General Contingency

Total Resources                                      $258,030            $258,030                           $244,205           $244,549


Expenditures

Household Maintenance

Salaries, Fringes                                     $20,291              $15,616            77.0%           $17,767           $15,222   85.7%

Supplies, Expense, Equipment                         $237,739            $191,666             80.6%         $226,438           $170,570   75.3%

Household Maintenance Total                          $258,030            $207,282             80.3%         $244,205           $185,792   76.1%

Transfer to/(from) the Project Reserve                                                                                              $0

Ending Balance                                              $0             $50,748                                  $0          $58,757

Notes:

* "Prior Year Carryforward" is normally transferred into the Eastcliff Capital Reserve.
   Eastcliff's Capital Reserve is not on this report since it's use is part of the normal capital project reporting process.




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                            UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
                               BOARD OF REGENTS


Board of Regents                                                                June 12, 2009

Agenda Item: Appointment of Regents Professors
   review                   review/action                    action                   discussion


Presenters: President Robert Bruininks


Purpose:

To request Board of Regents approval of the recommendation made by President Robert H.
Bruininks and the Regents Professors Nominating Committee.


Outline of Key Points/Policy Issues:



Background Information:

The special title of Regents Professor is the highest recognition the University gives to a member
of its faculty. Only nominees whose academic distinction is clearly outstanding and whose
distinction is clearly recognized by the academic community locally, nationally, and perhaps
internationally are recommended for the award. The recommendation was forwarded in a letter
dated June 1, 2009, from President Robert H. Bruininks to members of the Board of Regents.


President's Recommendation for Action:

The President recommends that the Board of Regents approve the recommendation of the Regents
Professor Nominating Committee.




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                        UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
                           BOARD OF REGENTS


Board of Regents                                                      June 12, 2009

Agenda Item: Board of Regents Policy: Code of Ethics - Annual Review
   review            review/action                action          discussion




Presenters: Deputy General Counsel William Donohue



Purpose:
  policy            background/context           oversight       strategic positioning

This presentation fulfills the requirement contained in Board of Regents Policy: Code
of Ethics, which calls for the Board, with the assistance of the general counsel, to
publicly review at the beginning of each fiscal year the requirements and procedures
provided in this policy.



Outline of Key Points/Policy Issues:

The general counsel will review the principal elements of the policy, focusing on the
definition of a conflict of interest.




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                                                                                  Board Operations
                                                  CODE OF ETHICS FOR MEMBERS OF THE
                                                  BOARD OF REGENTS
                                                  Adopted: February 9, 1996
                                                  Amended: May 12, 2006
   UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA                        Supersedes: (see end of policy)

BOARD OF REGENTS POLICY
                Page 1 of 4


                            CODE OF ETHICS
                  FOR MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF REGENTS

      This policy governs the activities of members of the Board of Regents (Board) of
 the University of Minnesota (University) regarding financial disclosure, gifts, expense
 reimbursement, and conflicts of interest.

 SECTION I. GUIDING PRINCIPLES.

      The following principles shall guide the accountability of Regents:

      Subd. 1. Public Trust. The Board is responsible for the governance of the
 University. In carrying out this constitutionally conferred public trust, Regents must be
 accountable in the areas of financial disclosure, gifts, expenses, and conflicts of interest,
 and shall not use the authority, title, or prestige of their office to solicit or otherwise
 obtain private financial, social, or political benefit that in any manner is inconsistent
 with the public interest. In serving the people of Minnesota, Regents shall adhere to
 the highest ethical standards.

       Subd. 2. Paramount Interest. Regents bring to their task varied backgrounds
 and expertise, but they are expected to put aside parochial interests, keeping the welfare
 of the entire University, not just a particular constituency, at all times paramount.

      Subd. 3. Time Commitment. In undertaking the duties of the office, Regents
 shall make the necessary commitment of time and diligence to fulfill their public
 governance responsibilities.

 SECTION II. FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REQUIREMENTS.

      Upon election to office and annually on September 30 thereafter, Regents shall file
 a financial disclosure statement with the executive director/secretary of the Board in
 a form consistent with the financial disclosure required for senior University officials.
 The general counsel shall review the disclosure forms for compliance with this policy.

 SECTION III. GIFTS.

       No Regent shall accept any gift or accommodation, except as permitted by Board
 policy. This prohibition does not apply to complimentary tickets to University events
 furnished in accordance with guidelines on file in the Board Office.

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                                                                                 Board Operations
                                                 CODE OF ETHICS FOR MEMBERS OF THE
                                                 BOARD OF REGENTS
                                                 Adopted: February 9, 1996
                                                 Amended: May 12, 2006
   UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA                       Supersedes: (see end of policy)

BOARD OF REGENTS POLICY
                Page 2 of 4

 SECTION IV. EXPENSES.

      Regents serve without compensation, but they are entitled to reimbursement for
 expenses incurred while representing the University in an official capacity in accordance
 with guidelines on file in the Board Office.

 SECTION V. DEFINITIONS.

       Subd. 1. Recusal. Recusal shall mean noninvolvement of a Regent in any
 discussion of, and decision regarding, the relevant matter to ensure that the Regent's
 independence of judgment is not compromised, that the public's confidence in the integrity
 of the Board is preserved, and that the University's public mission is protected.

      Subd. 2. Financial Conflict of Interest. A financial conflict of interest exists
 whenever a Regent, a Regent’s family member, and/or a business associated with a Regent
 or a Regent’s family member has an actual or potential financial interest or any other
 interest in a matter pending before the Board that may impair independence of judgment
 or objectivity in the discharge of the Regent’s public governance responsibilities.

       Subd. 3. Family Member. Family member shall mean a spouse, parent, sibling,
 child, domestic partner, or any person residing in the Regent’s household.

      Subd. 4. Business Associated with a Regent. Business associated with a
 Regent shall mean an organization, corporation, partnership, proprietorship, or other
 entity if either the Regent or a member of the Regent’s family:

      (a) receives compensation in excess of $500 in any month or has
          any contractual right to future income in excess of $6,000
          per year;
      (b) serves as an officer, director, partner, or employee; or
      (c) holds a financial interest valued in excess of $10,000.

 For purposes of this policy, compensation shall not include compensation from the
 University, any governmental source, investment or savings income, retirement or
 insurance benefits, or alimony.

      Subd. 5. Financial Interest. Financial interest shall mean a foreseeable,
 nontrivial financial effect that may result from Board action.


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                                                                                   Board Operations
                                                   CODE OF ETHICS FOR MEMBERS OF THE
                                                   BOARD OF REGENTS
                                                   Adopted: February 9, 1996
                                                   Amended: May 12, 2006
   UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA                         Supersedes: (see end of policy)

BOARD OF REGENTS POLICY
                Page 3 of 4

      Subd. 6. Employment-Related Conflict of Interest. An employment-related
 conflict of interest exists whenever a Regent’s employment relationships may impair
 independence of judgment.

 SECTION VI. FINANCIAL AND EMPLOYMENT-RELATED CONFLICT OF
 INTEREST PROCEDURES.

       Subd. 1. Interpretation and Application. The conflict of interest provisions of
 this policy shall be interpreted and applied to best serve the interests of the University.
 In some cases, full disclosure and consideration of the particular facts may indicate that
 a potential conflict of interest is insubstantial so that the University's interests are best
 served by the Regent's participation. If doubt remains regarding the need for recusal,
 the Regent involved must elect recusal. Recusal on a particular matter because of a
 conflict does not reflect adversely on the Regent involved; rather, it simply recognizes
 that in a complex and interconnected society conflicts cannot be entirely avoided and
 will occur.

      Subd. 2. Disclosure or Acknowledgment of Actual or Potential Conflicts.
 Actual or potential conflicts of interest shall be brought to the attention of the chair of
 the Board at the earliest opportunity. Such actual or potential conflicts may be reported
 by an individual Regent or by any other person. Disclosure or acknowledgment of such
 a conflict of interest and recusal shall be noted appropriately in Board minutes.

       Subd. 3. Consultation with General Counsel. A Regent with a conflict of
 interest question is encouraged to consult with the general counsel who, if requested,
 shall provide a written opinion on whether a conflict of interest exists under this policy.
 A copy of any such opinion shall be provided to the chair. The chair also may request
 an opinion from the general counsel on any conflict of interest question.

      Subd. 4. Disputed Conflicts of Interest. Any disputed issues relating to the
 existence of a conflict of interest requiring recusal shall be decided by the chair, who
 may choose to refer the question to an ad hoc group of Regents consisting of the chair,
 the vice chair, and one other Regent appointed by the chair. If the chair or vice chair is
 the subject of the conflict of interest dispute, another Regent shall be appointed by the
 ranking Regent. The chair (or the ad hoc group if appointed) shall determine whether
 there is a conflict of interest and report the decision to the Board; however, in all cases
 the Board is the final authority on conflict questions.

      Subd. 5. Deliberations and Voting. Regents who declare or have been found
 to have an actual or potential financial or employment-related conflict of interest shall
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                                                           CODE OF ETHICS FOR MEMBERS OF THE
                                                           BOARD OF REGENTS
                                                           Adopted: February 9, 1996
                                                           Amended: May 12, 2006
   UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA                                 Supersedes: (see end of policy)

BOARD OF REGENTS POLICY
                   Page 4 of 4

 recuse themselves regarding the matter determined to be a conflict and shall not take
 any action to influence the outcome of the matter.

 SECTION VII. CANDIDACY FOR PUBLIC OFFICE.

      A Regent shall resign from the Board upon officially announcing candidacy for any
 partisan elective public office.

 SECTION VIII. ANNUAL REVIEW OF POLICY.

      At the beginning of each fiscal year, the Board, with the assistance of the general
 counsel, shall publicly review the requirements and procedures of this policy.




 SUPERSEDES: CODE OF ETHICS FOR MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF REGENTS DATED OCTOBER 12, 1973.
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                            UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
                               BOARD OF REGENTS


Board of Regents                                                                June 12, 2009

Agenda Item: Report of the Faculty Consultative Committee
   review               review/action                    action            discussion


Presenters: Professor Emily Hoover


Purpose:
   policy              background/context               oversight          strategic positioning

To provide the Board of Regents with an update on the goals and accomplishments of the Faculty
Consultative Committee throughout the year.




Outline of Key Points/Policy Issues:




Background Information:

It is customary for the chair of the Faculty Consultative Committee to provide quarterly updates to
the Board of Regents.




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                       Report of the Faculty Consultative Committee
                     University of Minnesota Board of Regents Meeting
                                       June 12, 2009

Madam Chair, Members of the Board, President Bruininks,

         Thank you for the opportunity to update you on some activities and plans on the faculty
agenda. Since my report in March, spring semester has ended, graduations have occurred –
change, and pollen, are in the air. The Faculty Consultative Committee continued to meet almost
weekly throughout the semester to listen to and discuss issues of importance with many members
of the University community.
           I asked members of the Faculty Consultative Committee to list concerns faculty have as
the University moves forward. Foremost was the concern over state support for the University. I
want to emphasize members were not focused strictly on financial support, but were concerned
about distinguishing the distinct mission the University of Minnesota has within the state and
support for it being the institution educating graduate and professional students. The perceived
reduction in state support manifested itself throughout many of the conversations that we had this
semester.
           The Faculty Consultative Committee stayed current with the state legislative process
through our faculty legislative liaisons, Professors Sampson and Hayes. They attended hearings,
met individually with legislators, hosted legislative staff on campus, and brought other faculty
into the process when appropriate. We work alongside administration to bring the programs and
people of the University to the legislature and the legislators to the University.
           Tied to the issue of state support was how to promote the niches and identities of the
entire University of Minnesota including the coordinate campuses, Research and Outreach
Centers, and Extension offices and balancing that with a more entrepreneurial approach to
leveraging the branding of the University as a system. Senior Vice President Jones addressed
this in his conversation with the Faculty Consultative Committee. If we accept the premise that
there is one university, five campuses, and one degree, how can we celebrate individual
campuses within a university system? An interesting question that could be answered in many
ways.
           The uncertain state budget causes everyone within the University to pause and consider
the impact this will have on people and programs. Faculty Consultative Committee members
have discussed with central administrators the implications of the budget reductions across units.
The projected reduction in state support for the University of Minnesota is historic. Our on-
going discussions have focused on how to proceed as the University struggles to balance mission
with funding.
            One challenge, perhaps, to expanding state support is to help the community
understand what faculty do. Many community members believe faculty teach nine months per
year and get summers off. Faculty Consultative Committee members have discussed this aspect
informally and, with the cooperation of the communications group, would like to help. Faculty
will be the best ambassadors in this explanation. In my experience, once a faculty member
begins talking about their area of expertise, not much stops them. We need to work with the
Regents, administration, and faculty from across the University system to help educate the public
on faculty work.




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          Another aspect of faculty work comes through the recommendations of the Faculty
Consultative Committee subcommittee on Metrics and Measures. Professor Windsor presented
to one of the Regent’s committees in March. The Faculty Consultative Committee has had
continuing dialogue with the Provost on this report, particularly on the faculty information
database which would be able to sync with information in PeopleSoft. This would make yearly
reporting much smoother, with the potential to generate reports for faculty and administration to
use in explaining, again, what faculty do.
          Other topics of discussion within Faculty Consultative Committee have included data
storage and backup, e-education, internal and external communications, review of senior
administrators, and the graduate education task force. Let me expand briefly on the issue of
graduate education.
        The Faculty Consultative Committee, several Senate committees, and ultimately the
Faculty Senate engaged in rich discussions on Graduate Education. The Task Force, chaired by
Dean Crouch, submitted its report in April. The comment period for the report has just ended
and members of the Faculty Consultative Committee and senior administrators will continue to
discuss decisions surrounding graduate education.
        We opened the year by lauding the effective collaboration among the Regents, the
administration, and the faculty represented by our joint commitment to shared governance and
the cooperative spirit of engagement among those groups and their constituencies.
        The progress of initiatives this year and the rich dialogue surrounding issues ranging
from the implementation of the new financial system to graduate education attests to the value of
faculty participation in governance. The Faculty Consultative Committee appreciates the
opportunity to appear quarterly at your formal meetings, and to meet more informally with the
Chair and Vice Chair and other members of the Regents throughout the year. The respect and
value the Regents and the administration place on the voice of the faculty, and the
responsiveness to faculty concerns, is a visible part of the process that ensures that we operate as
a community with shared goals and that decisions are wiser and well-considered.
        The University of Minnesota can be proud that it represents the gold standard among the
CIC institutions with respect to the effectiveness of the administration/faculty governance
partnership and the relationship between faculty governance and the Regents.
        This has been an interesting year for me as chair of the Faculty Consultative Committee.
I have learned much about the University. What stands out for me are the people who work here
and their deep commitment to educating the students and the citizens of Minnesota.
        The Faculty Consultative Committee looks forward to continued progress in the coming
year under the leadership of Chair Marti Hope Gonzales, Associate Professor of Psychology, and
Vice-Chair J. Michael Oakes, Associate Professor of Public Health. Thank you.

Respectfully submitted,

Emily Hoover, 2008-2009 Chair
Faculty Consultative Committee




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                             UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
                                BOARD OF REGENTS


Board of Regents                                                                   June 12, 2009

Agenda Item: Recognition: Faculty Consultative Committee Outgoing Chair
    review               review/action                     action             discussion


Presenters: Regent Patricia Simmons
                   President Robert H. Bruininks


Purpose:
   policy               background/context                oversight          strategic positioning

To present a Certification of Appreciation to Professor Emily Hoover, outgoing chair of the Faculty
Consultative Committee.



Outline of Key Points/Policy Issues:




Background Information:
The Certificate of Appreciation may be awarded to any person for contributions or services at the
collegiate or all-University level. It is customary for the Board of Regents to award this certificate
to outgoing chairs of the Faculty Consultative Committee.




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                          UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
                             BOARD OF REGENTS


Board of Regents                                                            June 12, 2009

Agenda Item: Board of Regents Policy: Attorneys and Related Services
   review              review/action                  action           discussion


Presenters: Deputy General Counsel William Donohue


Purpose:
   policy             background/context             oversight         strategic positioning

To review proposed amendments to Board of Regents Policy: Attorneys and Related Services.



Outline of Key Points/Policy Issues:
As part of the ongoing policy review process of the Board Office, amendments are proposed to
clarify existing practice. The amendment acknowledges the delegation of authority to hire
outside counsel to the general counsel, who is responsible in fact in virtually all cases for
appropriate retention of outside legal counsel for the University. Other minor language
changes are suggested for clarity.



Background Information:
Board of Regents Policy: Attorneys and Related Services was first adopted in 1957 and last
amended in November 2004.



President's Recommendation for Action:
The President recommends adoption of proposed amendments to Board of Regents Policy:
Attorneys and Related Services.




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                                                                       Delegation of Authority
                                                 ATTORNEYS AND RELATED SERVICES
                                                 Adopted: May 13, 1988
                                                 Amended: October 13, 1995; March 11, 2005

   UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
BOARD OF REGENTS POLICY DRAFT for review June 12, 2009
         Page 1 of 1


                     ATTORNEYS AND RELATED SERVICES

      Subd. 1. Delegation of Authority. The Board of Regents (Board) of the
 University of Minnesota (University) delegates to the president and general counsel
 authority to hire attorneys from outside the Office of the General Counsel (OGC) and
 to enter into related contracts for services incurred as part of a legal matter.

       Subd. 2. Hiring Factors. The following factors shall be considered in the decision
 to hire outside attorneys and to contract for related services:

      (a )the existence of insurance coverage for the legal matter;
      (b) special expertise or experience in the subject area;
      (c) actual or perceived conflict of interest;
      (d) the need for additional resources beyond those available in the OGC to
          handle a particular matter because of its size scope or time demands;
      (e) special need for independent counsel or a second opinion; and
      (f) the need for legal services outside the State of Minnesota.

      Subd. 3. Exemption from Competitive Bidding. When Tthe OGC University
 may retains outside attorneys on a case-by-case basis, it may do so without competitive
 bidding.

       Subd. 4. Report. The general counsel shall report annually to the Board on the
 activities of the OGC. The Board's Litigation Review Committee may require from the
 OGC additional reports regarding legal matters.




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                           UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
                              BOARD OF REGENTS

Board of Regents                                                             June 12, 2009

Agenda Item: President's Recommended FY2010 Annual Capital Improvement Budget
   review              review/action                  action            discussion


Presenters: President Robert H. Bruininks
                 Vice President Kathleen 0’Brien
                 Vice President/CFO Richard Pfutzenreuter

Purpose:
   policy             background/context              oversight         strategic positioning

The University adopts an annual capital improvement budget which authorizes projects to
begin design and construction during the upcoming fiscal year.

Outline of Key Points/Policy Issues:
The 2010 Annual Capital Improvement Budget authorizes projects totaling $134,742,000 to
begin design or construction during the next fiscal year.

The Annual Capital Budget is reflective of the planning priorities established by the Six Year
Capital Improvements Plan approved by the Board of Regents annually.

The University requires that all capital projects spending more than $500,000 on either design
or construction be included in the Annual Capital Improvements Budget. In order to be
included in the annual capital budget, the project must be approved by the respective Vice
President or Chancellor, have completed an appropriate level of planning (typically a
predesign), have all the required funding identified, and be ready to proceed if approved by the
Board of Regents. These requirements lead to better projects, but also exclude from the
capital budget some important projects still in development. As these projects meet the
Board’s criteria, they will be presented as Capital Budget Amendments. The uncertain nature
of the economy and the opportunity for federal stimulus projects is likely to result in a higher
number of capital budget amendments in the coming year.

President's Recommendation for Action:

The President recommends approval of the 2010 University Capital Improvement Budget and
reaffirmation of its prior year capital expenditure authorization.




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           REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA

                        RESOLUTION RELATED TO

         FY2010 ANNUAL CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BUDGET


      WHEREAS, the Board of Regents directed the administration to
annually submit a capital improvement budget and a 6-year capital
improvement plan; and

       WHEREAS, the Board has adopted principles to guide the formulation
of the capital improvement budget and 6-year capital improvement plan; and

      WHEREAS, the Board recognizes the importance of sustaining and
improving the University’s facilities in support of teaching, research, and
outreach; and

       WHEREAS, the administration has developed a capital planning
framework designed to focus its capital planning efforts toward projects that
support the University’s institutional priorities within a financial strategy that
is realistic;

      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of Regents
approves the FY 2010 Capital Improvement Budget and reaffirms its prior
year capital expenditure authorizations.




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     FY2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
     University of Minnesota
   2010 Capital Budget
Academic Affairs
                                                                                                               University
File    Facility                 Project Title                      Total      Local Funds    Grants / Gifts     Funds      Self Support   State Debt   Univ. debt   Comments

Institute of Technology
2991    New Facility             NoVA - Phase II                     $29,744            $0         $29,744             $0           $0             $0          $0
2992    Mechanical Engineering   National Solar Rating Laboratory     $2,150            $0              $0             $0           $0         $2,150          $0
2994    Mechanical Engineering   Office Renovation                      $645          $645              $0             $0           $0             $0          $0

Research & Outreach Centers
2993    New Facility             Solar Demonstration                   $350             $0              $0             $0           $0          $350           $0

Student Affairs




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2984    Coffman Union            R & R - Tuckpointing                 $2,600         $2,600             $0             $0           $0            $0           $0

                                                                     $35,489         $3,245        $29,744             $0           $0         $2,500          $0




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   2010 Capital Budget
Athletics
                                                                                     University
File    Facility           Project Title   Total      Local Funds   Grants / Gifts     Funds      Self Support   State Debt   Univ. debt   Comments



2986    TCF Bank Stadium   Hall of Fame      $1,450            $0         $1,450             $0           $0            $0           $0

                                             $1,450            $0         $1,450             $0           $0            $0           $0




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   2010 Capital Budget
Scholarly & Cultural Affairs
                                                                                       University
File    Facility             Project Title   Total      Local Funds   Grants / Gifts     Funds      Self Support   State Debt   Univ. debt   Comments



2392    Weisman Art Museum   Addition         $14,155            $0        $10,600             $0           $0            $0        $3,555

                                              $14,155            $0        $10,600             $0           $0            $0        $3,555




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   2010 Capital Budget
Crookston Campus
                                                                                     University
File    Facility       Project Title        Total     Local Funds   Grants / Gifts     Funds      Self Support   State Debt   Univ. debt   Comments



2607    UMC Campus     R & R - UMC Campus      $141            $0             $0           $141           $0            $0           $0

                                               $141            $0             $0           $141           $0            $0           $0




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   2010 Capital Budget
Duluth Campus
                                                                                                            University
File    Facility           Project Title                         Total      Local Funds    Grants / Gifts     Funds      Self Support   State Debt   Univ. debt   Comments

Academic Affairs
2834    New Facility       Am. Indian Learning Center (Design)      $750           $750              $0             $0           $0            $0           $0

Auxiliary Services
2944    UMD Campus         R & R - Auxiliary Services              $1,000            $0              $0             $0        $1,000           $0            $0
2981    Griggs Hall        Dorm Addition                          $12,000            $0              $0             $0        $3,000           $0        $9,000

Facilities Management
2857    UMD Campus         R & R - UMD Campus                      $2,500         $1,385             $0         $1,115           $0            $0           $0




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2983    Glensheen Estate   R & R: Carriage House Roof              $1,000           $100             $0             $0           $0            $0         $900

                                                                  $17,250         $2,235             $0         $1,115        $4,000           $0        $9,900




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   2010 Capital Budget
Morris Campus
                                                                                                University
File    Facility        Project Title                 Total      Local Funds   Grants / Gifts     Funds      Self Support   State Debt   Univ. debt   Comments

Facilities Management
2606    UMM Campus      R & R - UMM Campus                $303            $0             $0           $303           $0            $0           $0
2990    UMM Campus      Energy Improvement Projects     $2,900            $0             $0         $2,900           $0            $0           $0    ESCO Projects


                                                        $3,203            $0             $0         $3,203           $0            $0           $0




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   2010 Capital Budget
University Services
                                                                                                       University
File    Facility        Project Title                        Total      Local Funds   Grants / Gifts     Funds      Self Support   State Debt   Univ. debt   Comments

Auxiliary Services
2770    TC Campus       R & R - Parking & Transportation       $1,128            $0             $0             $0        $1,128           $0           $0
2888    TC Campus       R & R - Housing & Residential Life     $9,466            $0             $0             $0        $9,466           $0           $0
2987    TC Campus       Intermodal Facility (Design)           $3,200            $0             $0             $0        $3,200           $0           $0
2989    New Facility    R & R - Bookstores                      $600             $0             $0             $0         $600            $0           $0

Facilities Management
2615    TC Campus       R & R - Steam Distribution             $3,400            $0             $0             $0        $3,400           $0            $0
2616    TC Campus       R & R - Primary Electrical             $1,758            $0             $0             $0        $1,758           $0            $0
2806    New Facility    Landcare Facility                      $5,000            $0             $0             $0            $0           $0        $5,000




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2832    TC Campus       R & R- Twin Cities Campus              $9,200            $0             $0         $9,200            $0           $0            $0
2894    TC Campus       R & R - Energy Conservation            $3,600            $0             $0             $0          $600           $0        $3,000
2895    TC Campus       R & R - Chiller Water                    $425            $0             $0           $425            $0           $0            $0
2896    TC Campus       R & R - Water / Sewer                    $277            $0             $0           $277            $0           $0            $0

Systemwide
2685    Systemwide      HEAPR                                 $25,000            $0             $0             $0           $0        $25,000          $0

                                                              $63,054            $0             $0         $9,902       $20,152       $25,000       $8,000




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   2010 Capital Budget
                                                                                   University
                                        Total      Local Funds    Grants / Gifts     Funds      Self Support   State Debt   Univ. debt
                       Report Summary
                                        $134,742         $5,480        $41,794        $14,361       $24,152       $27,500      $21,455




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     The following is a summary of changes that have been made to the capital budget since the Board reviewed the document at its May meeting.




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     Summary of Changes Since May
     For Information Only
     University of Minnesota
                                                                        University of Minnesota
                                                                           Changes Since May
                                                                          FY 2010 Capital Budget

          File No.         Campus                       Facility                                 Project Title                Change

             1751         Twin Cities       New Facility                        Bell Museum of Natural History   Removed from Capital Budget
             2984         Twin Cities       Coffman Union                       R & R - Tuckpointing             Added to Capital Budget
             2685         Systemwide        Multiple                            HEAPR                            Reduced to Match Allocation
             2986         Twin Cities       TCF Bank Stadium                    Hall of Fame                     Added to Capital Budget
             2991         Twin Cities       New Facility                        NoVA Lab - Phase II              Added to Capital Budget
             2992         Twin Cities       Mechanical Engineering              National Solar Laboratory        Added to Capital Budget
             2993           Morris          New Facility                        Demonstration Project            Added to Capital Budget
             2982           Duluth          MWAH                                Laboratory Renovation            Removed from Capital Budget
             2236         Twin Cities       U Recreation Center                 Expansion Predesign              Removed from Capital Budget
             2994         Twin Cities       Mechanical Engineering              Office Renovation                Added to Capital Budget




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                                    May
                    Capital Budget Total:                            $149,633

                 Capital Budget Changes:                             -$39,500   Bell Museum of Natural History
                                                                       $2,600   R & R - Tuckpointing
                                                                     -$10,000   HEAPR
                                                                       $1,450   Hall of Fame
                                                                      $29,744   NoVA Lab - Phase II
                                                                       $2,150   National Solar Laboratory
                                                                         $350   Demonstration Project
                                                                      -$1,800   Laboratory Renovation
                                                                        -$530   Expansion Predesign
                                                                         $645   Office Renovation

                                    June
                    Capital Budget Total:                            $134,742


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     The following project information sheets, ordered by file number, provide brief descriptions of each project.

     Information sheets for Repair and Replacement (R&R) are not included because each budget line item for these categories represent multiple projects.




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     FY2010 Capital Budget
     Operating Costs, Square Feet, and Debt Service
     University of Minnesota
   2010 Capital Budget

                                                                          Net Annual      Net Square       Annual Debt
 File   Facility                 Project Title                           Operating Cost    Footage           Service

Academic Affairs
2991    New Facility             NoVA - Phase II                              $350,000           41,000              $0    Operating costs funded by grant
2992    Mechanical Engineering   National Solar Rating Laboratory                   $0                0              $0    Renovation of existing space
2993    New Facility             Solar Demonstration                                $0                0              $0
2994    Mechanical Engineering   Office Renovation                                  $0                0              $0    Renovation of existing space


Athletics
2986    TCF Bank Stadium         Hall of Fame                                       $0                 0             $0    Build-out of existing space


Scholarly & Cultural Affairs




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2392    Weisman Art Museum       Addition                                     $106,000            2,200        $268,000


Duluth Campus
2834    New Facility             Am. Indian Learning Center (Design)                $0                0              $0    Design only
2981    Griggs Hall              Dorm Addition                                $630,000           63,000        $679,000


Morris Campus
2990    UMM Campus               Energy Improvement Projects                        $0                 0             $0    Improvements to existing space and systems


University Services
2685    Systemwide               HEAPR                                              $0                0              $0    Renovation of existing space
2806    New Facility             Landcare Facility                            $155,000           21,000        $359,000
2987    TC Campus                Intermodal Facility (Design)                       $0                0              $0    Design Only



                                                                Total:       $1,241,000         127,200       $1,306,000




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     Information sheets for Repair and Replacement (R&R) projects are not included because each budget line item for these categories represent multiple projects.




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     FY2010 Capital Budget
     Project Information Sheets
     University of Minnesota
   2010 Capital Budget                 Project Description Report

  2986    Hall of Fame
          Vice President:   Athletics                                                          RRC: Intercollegiate Athletics
          Campus:           Twin Cities                                                  RRC Contact: Maturi, J.
          Facility:         TCF Bank Stadium                                         Project Manager: Swanson, B.
          Total Cost:       $1,450
          Description:      This project will construct an All Sport Hall of Fame in the new TCF Bank Stadium. The funding for this project is being provided by a gift from T. Denny Sanford.




  2991    NoVA - Phase II
          Vice President:   Academic Affairs                                                    RRC: Institute of Technology
          Campus:           Off-Campus                                                 RRC Contact: Crouch, S.
          Facility:         New Facility                                            Project Manager: Stringfellow, M.
          Total Cost:       $29,744
          Description:      This project will construct the 41,000 GSF Far Detector Building, including a below-grade enclosure for detector equipment, cosmic ray shielding, and support spaces




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                            (control room, electrical equipment room, computer room), as well as an at-grade service building and loading dock. This project was discussed by the Board of Regents
                            in March 2009 when Phase I was reviewed and approved.


  2992    National Solar Rating Laboratory
          Vice President: Academic Affairs                                                        RRC: Institute of Technology
          Campus:         Twin Cities                                                    RRC Contact: Crouch, S.
          Facility:       Mechanical Engineering                                     Project Manager: Hemmingson, D.
          Total Cost:     $2,150
          Description:    This project will design, construct, furnish, and equip a solar rating and certification laboratory in the mechanical engineering building on the Minneapolis campus. The
                          project includes installation and upgrading of utilities for the laboratory, acquisition and installation of a testing chamber, and accreditation of the laboratory.




Dollars in thousands.
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  2993    Solar Demonstration
          Vice President: Academic Affairs                                                     RRC: Agricultural Experiment Station
          Campus:         WC ROC - Morris                                              RRC Contact: Levine, A.
          Facility:       New Facility                                              Project Manager: Hemmingson, D.
          Total Cost:     $350
          Description:    This project will acquire and install at the West Central Research and Outreach Center in Morris demonstration solar thermal and photo voltaic systems, including system
                          monitoring equipment.



  2994    Office Renovation
          Vice President: Academic Affairs                                                      RRC: Institute of Technology
          Campus:         Twin Cities                                                  RRC Contact: Crouch, S.
          Facility:       Mechanical Engineering                                    Project Manager: Strack, A.
          Total Cost:     $645
          Description:    This project will renovated space in the Mechanical Engineering Building Annex for the Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISyE) Program. The renovated space will
                          provide contiguous space to ISyE faculty who are currently housed in various parts of the Mechanical Engineering Building. Demolition and new construction on level 1
                          will occur in the interior office space. The new construction will consist of seven new offices, an entry, a mechanical chase and a reception area. The basementand second
                          floor will remain largely as is.




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Dollars in thousands.
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                           UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
                              BOARD OF REGENTS


Board of Regents                                                             June 12, 2009

Agenda Item: Preliminary 2010 State Capital Budget Request
   review              review/action                  action            discussion


Presenters: President Robert H. Bruininks
                  Richard Pfutzenreuter, Vice President and CFO
                  Kathleen O'Brien, Vice President


Purpose:
   policy              background/context             oversight        strategic positioning

The State of Minnesota requires all state agencies, local governments, and the University of
Minnesota to submit their "Preliminary Capital Requests" in June for consideration by the
Governor and the legislature in preparation for the 2010 legislative session. The Administra-
tion will recommend a "Final Capital Request" and an updated 6-year plan to the Board in
September for review and October for approval.



Outline of Key Points/Policy Issues:
This "Preliminary Capital Request" is built around the priorities outlined in the current Six-
Year Capital Improvements Plan with some modifications resulting from the recent strategic
positioning discussions and in light of the current global economic outlook and its impact on
State resources. Project costs have been adjusted to reflect program changes, inflation, and
further development of the projects.

The development of the Preliminary 2010 capital request was guided by the following
principles:

The following principles will guide the development of the University of Minnesota’s Six-Year
Capital Plan:

1. Align capital plan with the established academic strategic positioning goals of:
   •   Recruiting and educating outstanding students,
   •   Recruiting and supporting innovative, energetic world-class faculty and staff,
   •   Being responsible stewards of resources,
   •   Inspiring innovation, exploration, and discovery.

2. Protect the University’s financial position by keeping capital expenditures within projected
   debt capacity limits and controlling operating costs.

3. Invest in facilities and infrastructure that:
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   •   Advance the University’s life safety, renewal, and preservation objectives and
       sustainability policies,
   •   Create flexible space, promote collaborative interdisciplinary activities, optimize space
       utilization, and reduce operational costs.


The 2008 capital request is built upon a combination of funds appropriated by the State of
Minnesota ($191.0 million) and resources committed by the University of Minnesota ($45.5
million). The total cost of the capital plan is $236.5 million.



Background Information:
In May 2008, the Board of Regents last updated the University's Six-Year Capital
Improvements Plan for 2009 - 2014. The Preliminary 2010 State Capital Request has been
modified from the current six-year plan to reflect priorities that emerged from the strategic
positioning process and the current budget situation.

President's Recommendation for Action:
The President recommends approval of the University's State Capital Request for the 2010
legislative session.




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           REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA

                     RESOLUTION RELATED TO THE

            PRELIMINARY 2010 STATE CAPITAL REQUEST



      WHEREAS, the Board of Regents has directed the administration to
annually submit a capital improvement budget and a 6-year capital
improvement plan in support of the University’s strategic priorities; and

      WHEREAS, the Board of Regents recognizes the importance of
sustaining and improving the University’s facilities in support of teaching,
research, and outreach; and

       WHEREAS, the administration has developed a capital planning
framework designed to focus its capital planning efforts toward projects that
support the University’s institutional priorities within a financial strategy that
is realistic;

      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of Regents
approves the University’s Preliminary 2008 State Capital Request to the
Minnesota Legislature in the amount of $236,500,000 consisting of
$191,000,000 from the State of Minnesota and $45,500,000 from the University
of Minnesota.




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                         2010 PRELIMINARY CAPITAL REQUEST

Preliminary Project List:

                                                                                Request
Campus                                 Project
                                                                               (in 000’s)
             Higher Education Asset Preservation & Replacement
SYSTEM                                                                            $100,000
             (HEAPR)
 UMTC        Folwell Hall Renovation                                               $36,500
  UMD        American Indian Learning Resource Center                              $10,000
SYSTEM       Contingency/General Laboratory Renovation                             $10,000
 UMTC        Physics and Nanotechnology                                            $80,000
                                                                   Total:         $236,500

Project Summaries:

Higher Education Asset Preservation and Replacement (HEAPR)

The University is home to more than 800 buildings covering nearly 28 million square feet
throughout the state. Many of the buildings are historic and over 70 years old. Each day,
more than 80,000 faculty, staff, students and visitors use University facilities. The
University is committed to preserving and maximizing the life of its buildings. Higher
Education Asset Preservation and Rehabilitation (HEAPR) funds, used for this purpose,
are an essential component of the University’s stewardship of its facilities. Individual
projects will fall into one of four broad categories: 1) health, safety, and accessibility;
2) energy efficiency improvements; 3) building systems; and 4) utility infrastructure.

Health, safety and accessibility funds will be used system wide to correct fire and life
safety code deficiencies identified by the Building Code Deficiency Survey, to increase
accessibility, to improve campus security, and to reduce health hazards by eliminating or
correcting environmental problems within buildings. Energy efficiency funds will
primarily be used to increase energy efficiency by replacing aging, obsolete stand-alone
cooling equipment with more efficient, energy saving centralized systems. Building
systems funds will target roofs, building envelopes, interiors, electrical, and mechanical
systems. Utility infrastructure renewal projects will address aging campus heating and
electrical distribution systems.

UMTC: Folwell Hall Programmatic Renovation

Folwell Hall was built in 1907; it is one of the oldest buildings on the University of
Minnesota, Twin Cities campus and Folwell Hall is on the National Register of Historic
Places. The instructional space in this iconic building is nearly as old—better suited for
the teaching methods of 1910 rather than 2010. Renovating Folwell Hall will better


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support key academic programs in the College of Liberal Arts, most notably the foreign
languages. Currently 30 languages are taught at the University, 19 in Folwell Hall alone.
Funds will be used to renovate the interior of Folwell Hall, providing technology-
enhanced learning environments and research space. Exterior improvements required to
stabilize the building shell, part of a separate project, were completed in 2008. A
renovated Folwell Hall will better serve students and the state by educating global
citizens with effective communication skills across disciplines and cultures.

UMD: American Indian Learning Resource Center (AILRC)

This request is for funds to construct an American Indian Learning Resource Center at
the University of Minnesota, Duluth. Seventeen programs, scattered throughout campus,
will be co-located in this new facility. American Indians comprise the largest minority
population at UMD and UMD’s program is one of the largest American Indian programs
in the country. The campus’s strong support system has resulted in graduation rates
significantly higher than national norms. This new center will house both academic and
student service programs, classrooms, a computer lab, conference rooms, a Great Room
for large gatherings, and support offices for both faculty and students.

System-wide: Contingency/General Laboratory Renovation

Updated research facilities are critical to continuing the University’s strong record of
research discoveries. Targeted, strategic investments in research laboratory space will
provide the margin-of-excellence that is needed to attract and retain top researchers and
competitive grant awards, both vital to the University’s national competitiveness.
Funding will provide for renovations in laboratories housed in existing University of
Minnesota buildings.

UMTC: Physics and Nanotechnology

The physics program in the School of Physics and Astronomy is a core department of the
Institute of Technology. Many current discoveries in physics inform research in
nanotechnology, a highly multidisciplinary field. This request is to design and construct
a new building to house the research branch of the physics program and the Center for
Nanostructure Applications, thereby fostering connections and related research. The
facility will include flexible, state-of-the-art research laboratories; a 5,000 square foot
clean room dedicated to nanotechnology; and student meeting space. The building, to be
located directly north of the Scholars Walk, will house 200 faculty, postdoc, graduate,
and visiting researchers.




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                           UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
                              BOARD OF REGENTS


Board of Regents                                                              June 12, 2009

Agenda Item: President's Recommended Annual Operating Budget FY2010
   review              review/action                   action            discussion


Presenters: President Robert H. Bruininks


Purpose:
   policy              background/context              oversight         strategic positioning

This item presents the President’s Recommended Operating Budget Plan for FY10 to the
Board of Regents for review.

As Minnesota’s only public research and land-grant university, the University of Minnesota
plays a critical role in developing human capital, creating new knowledge, and collaborating to
solve problems, grow the economy, and enhance the quality of life for the state and its citizens.
In July 2004, the Board of Regents set the goal of raising the University’s profile as a world-
class research and land-grant university system. As a result, the University launched
Transforming the U, a system-wide strategic positioning initiative that has provided a
comprehensive plan for the future, including key investment in the University’s historic
strengths and emerging opportunities, as well as a renewed commitment to controlling costs
while improving productivity and service.

The progress to date has been substantial, thanks in part to the state’s strong historic
investment and the commitment of the Board and the University community. Maintaining
this momentum while ensuring affordable access to students requires sustained and
predictable state support. Absent this critical state role, the University’s programs risk
decline in quality, and the benefits and advantages it provides the state will likely diminish,
leaving Minnesota with a less educated population and reduced knowledge base required to
compete in the global economy.

The President’s Recommended Operating Budget Plan for FY10 and Preliminary Financial
Plan for FY11 is a direct response to significant reductions in state support. The primary
drivers of changes in the budget are changes in state appropriations which, in turn, are
driving significant internal reallocations and budget reductions, increased tuition revenue and
a necessary slowdown in new investment needed to strengthen and advance the strategic goals
of the University.



Outline of Key Points/Policy Issues:
The President's Recommended Operating Budget for FY10 contemplates total incremental
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resources to address University needs and expenses of $139,800,000 relating specifically to
changes in state appropriations, University internal reallocations, tuition income and federal
stimulus funds from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA).

As a result of the enactment of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) the
University of Minnesota was appropriated $15,273,000 for FY09 and $74,050,000 for FY10 by
the 2009 Minnesota Legislature. The total amounts to $89,323,000. These funds will be
allocated consistent with the requirements and guidelines of the ARRA and the specific
requirements enacted by the 2009 Minnesota Legislature.

ARRA funds will be placed into a newly created federal fund in order to specifically track and
report on the use of these funds. In addition, the University will be required to submit
requests for reimbursement of expenditures made by the University to the State of Minnesota
who will then transfer the federal funds to the University. The budget plan includes the
expenditure of 56% or $50,000,000 of the federal stimulus funds for mitigation of tuition. The
remaining 44% or $39,300,000 will be used as a target pool of funds to retain jobs of talented
faculty and staff, invest to reduce operating costs/enhance revenue, obtain long term
productivity gains, reshape and strengthen the University’s long term financial future through
investments with a high rate of return. It is currently estimated that approximately
$51,000,000 of these funds will be expended during FY10 and $38,300,000 in FY11.

The budget recommendations for FY10 have been built on a framework of significantly lower
state appropriations, resulting in significant budget reductions and reallocations and an
increased reliance on tuition revenue. The table below outlines the overall reduction in the
University’s state general fund appropriations compared to base level funding for FY10 and
FY11.

                                            FY10                FY11             Biennium

University Base Level Funding       $702,592,000        $702,592,000        $1,405,184,000

Enacted Appropriation               $623,417,000        $677,311,000        $1,300,728,000

Change from Base                   ($79,175,000)       ($ 25,281,000)      ($ 104,456,000)

The biennial reduction in the University’s appropriation totals 7.6% compared to base level
funding. In addition to the reduction of $79,175,000 in FY10, the University also must adjust
for an additional $2,550,000 reduction in state appropriations for FY10 enacted during the
2008 Legislative Session. The combined change in state O&M appropriations totals
$81,725,000 for FY11. The enacted appropriation increases by $53,894,000 for FY11 compared
to FY10. This increase in funding for FY11 may be subject to further un-allotment.

At the beginning of each biennium the University prepares a President’s Recommended
Annual Operating Budget Plan for the upcoming fiscal year as well as a Preliminary
Operating Budget Plan for the following fiscal year. In order to adhere to that framework, the
University is making a preliminary estimate of the likely impact of the Governor’s
unallotment actions.

The President’s Preliminary Operating Budget Plan for FY11 is built on an assumption that
the Governor will further reduce the University’s FY11 enacted appropriation of $677,311,000
by an estimated $73,000,000. The state still faces a shortfall of approximately $2.7 billion for
the current biennium. The Governor has announced that unallotment actions will be taken to
balance the state budget. The Governor has stated that higher education will be included in
the unallotment process. It is generally understood that due to the interaction between E-12
education and higher education with respect to the federal stimulus money made available to
the State of Minnesota through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) that
the Governor will not unallot from FY10 appropriations levels. In addition, it is generally
understood that the maximum amount of unallotment that can be implemented on both the
University of Minnesota and the Minnesota State Colleges and University’s amounts to
approximately $146,000,000. If the Governor chooses to unallot on both the University of
Minnesota and the Minnesota State Colleges and University’s it is mostly likely to occur in
the second year of the biennium. Any unallotment will reduce the University’s FY11
appropriation of $677,311,000.

While no final decision has been made by the Governor regarding unallotment, and it is still
unclear regarding the timeline, the University is assuming for preliminary budget planning
                                              of
for FY11 that one half or roughly $73,000,000 63the potential $146,000,000 unallotment is
made to the currently authorized state appropriation for FY11 of $677,311,000. This
assumption would lead to an adjusted FY11 appropriation of $604,311,000 million and result
in a further reduction of $19,100,000 compared to the University’s FY10 appropriation of
$623,311,000. This unallotment, in conjunction with the original reduction in the University’s
base level of funding, would mean a reduction of $177,472,000 for the biennium or
approximately 12.6%. It is possible that the unallotment could reduce the University’s
authorized 2010-2011 appropriation to $591.1 million which represents the minimum level of
maintenance required by the ARRA.

In order to address the significant decline in state appropriations for FY10, the University is
undertaking budget reductions totaling $94,900,000 or approximately 5.2%. All academic and
support units are subject to budget reductions in FY10.

In addition to budget reductions the University plans on increasing tuition rates sufficient to
yield an additional $41,000,000 in revenue. The increase undergraduate students will be
offset by federal stimulus funds that will reduce the increase to no more then $300.00 or
roughly 3.125% for all Minnesota resident undergraduate students.

The FY10 budget framework includes:

                                         Resource Plan

       •   Change in State Appropriations                        –$81,800,000
       •   University Budget Reductions                           $94,900,000
       •   One-time Reallocations                                 –$3,600,000
       •   Student Tuition Revenue                                $41,000,000
       •   Federal Stimulus                                       $89,300,000

       Total Incremental Resources                               $139,800,000

                                       Expenditure Plan

       •   Required Fringe Benefit Costs                          $20,800,000
       •   Founders Scholarship Program                            $3,600,000
       •   Facility Operations                                    $10,100,000
       •   Contractual Obligations/Investments                    $16,000,000
       •   Federal Stimulus(ARRA)                                 $51,000,000

           Total Incremental Expenditures                        $101,500,000

           Balance Forward                                       $38,300,000*

*Note: Balance Forward reflects timing of expenditures of federal stimulus funds primarily
related to cost of tuition mitigation programs for FY11.

The expenditure plan for FY10 includes financing $20,800,000 in projected fringe benefit costs.
The University is not planning to implement a general wage increase for FY10. The
assumption is subject to collective bargaining. Recurring investments in this budget are
aligned with the University’s strategic planning framework and are directed toward the most
critical academic and service priorities to maintain the strength and secure the long-term
future of the University. Some of the investments were identified as priorities and included
within the University’s biennial budget proposal to the state for the 2010-2011 biennium. Due
to the large reduction in the state appropriation, opportunities to advance a broad range of
major University initiatives have been curtailed. Instead, decisions have been made to
strategically fund a select number of focused, critical investments - on top of the required
spending increases for fringe benefits, facilities operations and the Founders Free Tuition
Program. The expenditure plan also includes $51,000,000 of anticipated expenditures during
FY11 from stimulus funds and an additional $38,300,000 in FY11. The $89,300,000 in
stimulus spending includes $34,500,000 for the purpose of mitigating tuition increases for
Minnesota resident undergraduates in FY10 and FY11. In addition, it is important to note
that the University is launching the new Middle-Income Scholarship program which will
initially be funded at $7,800,000 for FY10 and FY11 from the federal stimulus funds.

The President’s Recommended Operating Budget for FY10 also provides detail regarding a
preliminary financial plan for FY11. This year’s budget development includes, for the first
time, an extension of the practice of providing financial information through the President’s
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Recommended Operating Budget Plan for FY10 and Preliminary Financial Plan for FY11 by
including an additional two year outlook. This additional information provides a very
preliminary look at the potential financial challenges facing the University in FY12 and FY13.



Background Information:




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            University of Minnesota


                President’s Recommended
             Operating Budget 2009-10 and
           Preliminary Financial Plan 2010-11




Submitted for Review to the Board of Regents
June 11 and 12, 2009


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           President’s Recommended Operating Budget Plan 2009-10
Contents                                                                             Page

    I. Budget Context                                                                  4

             A.   Legislative Outcome – Change in State Appropriation                  4
             B.   Governor’s Potential Un-Allotment                                    4
             C.   FY10 and FY11 Budget Framework – Incremental Changes                 5
             D.   Federal Stimulus                                                     6

    II.    All Funds Budget Summary – Current Law Appropriations                       6

             A. University of Minnesota Financial Statement Forecast                   7
             B. Detailed FY10 Operating Budget Overview                                8

    III.   Budget Development FY10                                                    10

             A. Summary                                                               10
             B. FY10 Investment Plans                                                 11
             C. Strategies to Balance the Budget for FY10                             12

               State Appropriation                                                    12
               Uncommitted FY09 Appropriation/Changes in Central Reserves Transfer    12
               University Reductions and Reallocations                                12
               Tuition and the University Fee                                         13
               Cost of Attendance                                                     16

             D. Special Budget Issues                                                 18

               Compensation                                                           18
               Rates and Fees                                                         19
               Student Services Fee Summary                                           20

    IV.    Operating Budget – Revenue Summary                                         20

             A. Non-current Funds                                                     20

             B. Current Funds                                                         20

                      Revenue Summary by Fund Group                                   21
                      Centrally Distributed and Attributed Funds                      21
                      Self-Sustaining Funds                                           25
                      Sponsored Research                                              26

    V.     Operating Budget – Expenditures/Resource                                   26
            Allocation Summary




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Contents                                                                             Page



    VI.     Future Planning – FY12 and FY13 Scenarios                                 27

             Legislative Base Funding Scenario – Key Assumptions                      28
             Un-allotment Funding Scenario – Key Assumptions                          29

    VII. All Current Funds Operating Budget – Resolution                              31


Attachments:

      1.  Resource and Expenditure Budget Plan – University Fiscal Page               32
      2.  Forecasted – Consolidated Statement of Net Assets                           33
      3.  Forecasted – Statement of Revenues, Expenditures & Changes in Net Assets    34
      4.  University of Minnesota 2009-10 Tuition Plan: Tuition Rates                 35
      5.  2009-10 Fringe Benefit Rates by Component                                   39
      6.  Graduate and Professional Student Fringe Table                              40
      7.  Definitions of Current Sponsored and Nonsponsored Funds                     41
      8.  University of Minnesota 2009-10 Tuition Plan: Course Fees                   43
      9.  University of Minnesota 2009-10 Tuition Plan: Term Fees                     54
      10. University of Minnesota 2009-10 Tuition Plan: Course Fees                   62
          in Lieu of Tuition
      11. Student Services Fee Summary                                                63
      12. Fund Forecast – Centrally Distributed and Attributed Funds                  72
      13. Resolution Related to the Fiscal Year 2009-10 Operating Budget              76




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I.      Budget Context
A. Legislative Outcome – Change in State Appropriations

The table below outlines the outcome of the University of Minnesota’s 2010-2012 biennial
budget appropriations. Appropriations from the Health Care Access fund, $2.2 million per year,
and the $22.2 million annual appropriation to the Academic Health Center pursuant to Minnesota
Statutes, section 297.10 have been excluded from the table.

                                             University of Minnesota
                            Biennial Appropriations – 2009 Legislative Session Outcome
                                                 ($ in Thousands)

                                                        FY10      FY11             Biennium

Beginning Base Level Appropriation                      $702.6    $702.6           $1,405.2

Actual State Appropriation                              $623.4    $677.3           $1,300.7

Change from Base                                        ($79.2)   ($28.3)          ($104.5)

As indicated above, the University’s biennial base level appropriation was reduced by $104.5
million or approximately 7.4%. In addition to the $79.2 million reduction in the FY10
appropriation identified above, the University’s base of $702.6 million (the starting point in the
table) was $2.6 million less than the prior year (FY09) due to a previous O&M reduction passed
during the 2008 Legislative Session. As such, the total impact to date of legislative actions on the
FY10 O&M appropriation amount to a reduction of $81.8 million.

The University’s FY10 appropriation (O&M and regular State Specials) totals $623.4 million.
This annual appropriation compares with a preliminary budget planning assumption of $627.4
million. The University had constructed its internal budget planning framework assuming a
reduction of approximately $75.2 million. Therefore, the planning assumptions used in the
budget development process and the final actual appropriation for FY10 varied by only $4
million, so the original financial framework did not need to be modified significantly.

The FY11 state appropriation, while a decrease of $28.3 million from the base funding level,
actually represents an increase of $53.9 million compared to the University actual appropriation
for FY10.

B. Governor’s Potential Un-Allotment

The 2009 state legislature has adjourned, but the state still faces a budget shortfall of
approximately $2.7 billion for the current biennium. The Governor has announced that un-
allotment actions will be taken to balance the state budget. He has further stated that higher
education will be included in the un-allotment process. It is generally understood that due to the
interaction between E-12 education and higher education with respect to the federal stimulus
funds made available to the State of Minnesota through the American Recovery and
Reinvestment Act (ARRA) that the Governor will not un-allot from FY10 appropriations. In
addition, it is generally understood that the maximum amount of un-allotment that can be
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Universities (MNSCU) amounts to approximately $146 million. If the Governor chooses to un-
allot on both the University and MNSCU, it is most likely to occur in the second year of the
biennium. Any un-allotment will reduce the University’s FY11 appropriation of $677.3 million.

At the beginning of each biennium the University prepares a President’s Recommended
Operating Budget Plan as well as a Preliminary Financial Plan for the following fiscal year. In
order to adhere to that framework, the University is making preliminary estimates of the likely
impact of the Governor’s un-allotment actions.

While no final decision has been made by the Governor regarding un-allotment, and it is still
unclear regarding the timeline, the University is assuming for preliminary FY11 budget planning
that one half, or roughly $73 million of the potential $146 million un-allotment, is made to the
currently authorized state appropriation for FY11 of $766.3 million. This assumption would lead
to an adjusted FY11 appropriation of $604.3 million and result in a further reduction of $19.1
million compared to the FY10 appropriation of $623.4 million. This un-allotment, in conjunction
with the original reduction in the University’s base level of funding, would mean a reduction of
$177.5 million for the biennium or approximately 12.6% (compared to the 7.4% explained
above). It is possible that the un-allotment could reduce the University’s authorized FY11
appropriation to $591.1 million, which represents the minimum level of maintenance required by
the ARRA.

C. FY10 and FY11 Budget Framework – Incremental Changes

The table below outlines the budget framework for the next two fiscal years. The figures shown
are incremental changes in revenue and expenditures compared to the prior fiscal. (Further
details on the FY10 budget plan begin on page 8 of this document.)

                                     University of Minnesota
                                 FY10 and FY11 Budget Framework
                                          ($ in millions)

                                    President’s Recommended    Preliminary
                                      Operating Budget Plan Operating Budget Plan
                                                 FY10              FY11

Balance Forward from Prior Year                   $0.0             $38.3

Resource Plan

State Appropriations - Enacted                   (81.8)              53.9
Potential Un-allotment – FY11                      0.0              (73.0)

Net Change                                       (81.8)             (19.1)

Recurring University Budget Reductions            94.9               20.0
New Tuition Revenue                               41.0               46.9
New Federal Stimulus Funds                        89.3                0.0
One-Time Reallocation/Rev Change                  (3.6)              17.3

        Total Resources                         $139.8            $103.4



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Expenditure Plan

Recurring Financial Obligations                   50.5              51.4
Onetime Financial Obligations                      0.0              13.7
Federal Stimulus Fund
        Tuition Mitigation                        20.3              29.8
        Stimulus Funding Pool                     30.7               8.5
        Net Stimulus Fund                         51.0              38.3

Total Expenditures                              $101.5           $ 103.4

Ending Balance                                   $38.3              $0.0

D. Federal Stimulus

As a result of the enactment of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) the
University of Minnesota was appropriated $15,273,000 for FY09 and $74,050,000 for FY10 by
the 2009 Minnesota Legislature, totaling $89,323,000. These funds will be allocated consistent
with the requirements and guidelines of the ARRA and the specific requirements enacted by the
2009 Minnesota Legislature.

The ARRA appropriations will be placed into a newly created federal fund within the University
in order to specifically track and report on their use. The University will be required to submit
requests for reimbursement of expenditures to the State of Minnesota who will then transfer the
federal funds to the University. The funds must be expended by September 30, 2011. The budget
plan includes the expenditure of 56% or $50.1 million of the federal stimulus funds for mitigation
of tuition. Additional information on the impact of the use of federal stimulus funds for student
aid can be found on page 14. The remaining 44% or $39.2 million will be used on a one-time
basis as a target pool of funds to: retain jobs of talented faculty and staff, reduce operating
costs/enhance revenues, obtain long term productivity gains, reshape and strengthen the
University’s long term financial future through investments with a high rate of return. It is
currently estimated that approximately $51,000,000 of stimulus funds will be expended during
FY10 and $38,300,000 in FY11.

II      All-Funds Budget – Summary – Current Law Appropriation
The FY10 operating budget presented here for approval is an “all-funds” budget. Attachment 1,
“Resource and Expenditure Budget Plan – University Fiscal Page”, provides the detailed budget
plan for FY10 in an all-funds context. The chart below displays the fund structure included in
this budget.




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                                   University of Minnesota
                                  All Funds Budget Structure


  Sponsored Funds-$.5 Billion                 Current Non-Sponsored Funds-$2.5 Billion


         Local Unit Generated Revenues                          Centrally Distributed & Attributed
                    $1 Billion                                      Revenues – $1.5 Billion


                                                                          State O & M/Other Misc.

     $.3 Million                     $.7 Million
      Auxiliary                   Clinical Income                         State Specials
    Operations                   Restricted Income
 (e.g. bookstores,              Grants & Contracts
   parking, food,               Business & Industry                      Tuition
      housing)                   Sales & Services
                                        Fees
                                Endowment Income                         University Fee


                                                                          Indirect Cost Recovery


                                                                           Central Reserves


Sponsored funds are those provided to the University by a grant or a contract. They are
restricted funds administered by Sponsored Projects Administration within the Office of the Vice
President for Research and are budgeted on a multi-year, project by project basis. For FY10, the
total projected sponsored funds budget is $518,175,000. It is included here for the purposes of
identifying the University’s total annual operation budget, but it does not require Board approval.

Those funds in the Local Unit Generated category are, by University Policy, monitored and
reviewed by central administration, but are automatically attributed to the units as generated and
are managed within those units. The annual budgeting of revenues and expenses in this category
of funds requires decision making processes at the local unit level, but not by central
administration. The primary focus of the discussion and information in this document centers on
the category of funds commonly referred to as “centrally distributed and attributed” – funds
requiring a decision process or formal approval by central administration and the Board on the
exact amount to estimate and budget in each academic and support unit. These are the funds that
support nearly the entire maintenance and operation of the University’s core mission.

A. University of Minnesota Financial Statement Forecast

The President’s Recommended Operating Budget Plan for FY10 includes, for the first time, the
portrayal of the operating budget plan in the framework of the annual financial statement.
Attachment 1 contains the more traditional budgetary view of the annual operating budget plan
while Attachments 2 and 3 translate that information into two key financial statement
presentation views.


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The financial statements represent management's forecast of the University's Consolidated
Statement of Net Assets and Statement of Revenues, Expenses, and Changes in Net Assets for
June 30, 2009 and June 30, 2010, projected based on the University's budgeted revenues and
expenditures, and management assumptions related to investments, debt, and capital assets. The
forecast statements for June 30, 2009 also take into consideration actual amounts through
December 31, 2009. The figures contained in Attachments 2 and 3 are unaudited. The University
typically publishes audited financial statements by November following the official close of the
fiscal year on June 30.

B. Detailed Fiscal Year 2009-10 Operating Budget Overview

This recommended operating budget plan for FY10 has been developed in adherence with the
budget principles and strategies used to guide University budgetary decisions over the last several
years. These principles remain true and relevant as we move into the next biennium:

    •   Maintain the University’s momentum, quality and competitiveness
    •   Compensate, support and retain talented faculty and staff
    •   Increase productivity by reducing costs and increasing revenues
    •   Improve financial access and affordability for all students
    •   Use all available tools to address the long and short-term challenges

As explained above, this year’s budget planning has involved some difficult choices to address
the financial challenges while adhering to these important budget principles. Decisions had to be
made in the context of significant fiscal challenges faced by the state of Minnesota. So, while
making every effort to maintain the University’s quality and momentum, we had to recognize that
we may have to rely more heavily in the short term on non-recurring funds to reshape the
University. While continuing to value the dedication and contribution of our faculty and staff, the
resource task in the short term will be to keep people employed without increasing our recurring
obligations. While striving to increase productivity and reduce costs, some non-recurring
investments designed to enhance revenues or permanently redesign work to improve productivity
will be necessary. While remaining committed to our current strong support for student financial
aid, new and enhanced student aid programs will be necessary ensure affordability by addressing
the rising costs of tuition, particularly for low and middle income Minnesotans. And finally,
while analyzing all tools available to address the budget challenges, for the next biennium the
federal stimulus funds available through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act will be an
important element in bridging to the implementation of recurring expenditure reductions and in
investing in things that will enhance or create new value from our existing resources.

This important budgeting work will be carried out across the University: in departments and
centers and colleges and campuses. All efforts undertaken to implement this recommended
operating budget plan for FY10 will support the University’s long-term goals of excellence.


In summary, the budget for total current nonsponsored funds is proposed as follows:




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            Current Nonsponsored Funds- Fiscal Year 2009-10 Operating Budget

                      Beginning Balance                         $565,028,691
                      Revenue & Net Transfers                 $2,419,467,403
                      Total Net Resources                     $2,984,496,094
                      Expenditures                            $2,417,260,286
                      Ending Balance                            $567,235,808

Within the framework of the FY10 Operating Budget Plan, the primary funds supporting
teaching, research and outreach are Operations and Maintenance, (O&M), University Fee,
Tuition, State Specials, Indirect Cost Recovery (ICR) and Central Reserves – those described
above as centrally distributed and attributed. These six funds total approximately 53% of
externally generated revenues of the University and represent the major focus of budget
development and planning. The remaining 47% of the University’s budget is derived from more
restricted funds including sponsored grants and contracts (19%), and fees, auxiliary enterprises,
philanthropic support, education sales and services, etc. (28% combined). The revenue and
expenditure plans relative to the six centrally distributed and attributed funds are summarized
below:

                   President’s FY10 Recommended Operating Budget
            (O&M, University Fee, Tuition, State Specials, ICR, Central Reserves)

                                                                                   Percent
        Beginning Balance                                  $11,874,318
        Revenues & Net Transfers
           Operations & Maintenance-State                  550,345,000              38%
           Operations & Maintenance-Other                   15,100,000               1%
           University Fee                                   64,930,177               4%
           Tuition                                         613,743,692              42%
           State Specials                                   98,879,000               7%
           Indirect Cost Recovery                          110,424,170               7%
           Central Reserves                                 10,950,500               1%

        Total Net Resources                              $1,464,372,539            100%

        Allocations to Units                             $1,463,605,723
        Ending Balance                                      $12,641,134

In graphic form, the chart below displays the estimated relative share that each of these six
revenue source represents of the estimated centrally distributed and attributed revenues for the
fiscal year ending June 30, 2010.




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                                     University of Minnesota
                           Centrally Distributed & Attributed Revenues
                             Fiscal Year 2009-10 Proposed Budget
                                          $1,464,372,539


                                                                  Indirect Cost Recovery
                                                               7.5%
                                                                      0.7% Central   Reserves

              Tuition 41.9%




                                                                           38.6%

                                                                               State O&M/Other
              University Fee                                                   Miscellaneous
                               4.4%

                     State Specials 6.8%



III.    Budget Development FY10
A. Summary

The FY10 operating budget plan for state appropriations and tuition/University fee includes total
incremental resources of $50.5 million compared to FY09 (Indirect Cost Recovery and Central
Reserves is discussed separately later in this document). The framework for the incremental
resources and the allocation of those resources is as follows:

                                                  FY10                       FY10                  FY10
                                                Recurring                Nonrecurring              Total
                                            (change from 09)           (change from 09)    (change from 09)
                                             $ in Thousands             $ in Thousands       $ in Thousands
Identified Resources
  State Appropriation                           ($81,800)                        $0             ($81,800)
  Uncommitted FY09 Appropriation                   3,200                          0                3,200
  University Reductions & Reallocations           91,700                          0               91,700
  Tuition & UFee                                  41,000                          0               41,000
  Change in Transfer-Central Reserves                  0                     (3,600)              (3,600)

Total Identified Resources                       $54,100                    ($3,600)             $50,500




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                                                  FY10                 FY10                 FY10
                                                Recurring          Nonrecurring             Total
                                            (change from 09)     (change from 09)   (change from 09)
                                             $ in Thousands       $ in Thousands      $ in Thousands

Investments/Challenge
  O&M/State Special Fringe Costs                 $20,800                   $0              $20,800
  Founders Free Tuition Program                    3,600                    0                3,600
  Facility Operations                             10,100                    0               10,100
  Strategic Investments                           16,000                    0               16,000

Total Investments/Challenge                      $50,500                   $0              $50,500

Balance                                            $3,600             ($3,600)                  $0

Please note that details contained in this document for FY10 should be understood and considered
as planning information – subject to modification should circumstances and operating
assumptions change.

B. FY10 Investment Plans

Recurring investments in this budget are aligned with the University’s strategic planning
framework and are directed toward critical academic and service priorities to maintain the
strength and secure the long-term future of the University. Some of the investments were
identified as priorities and included within the University’s biennial budget proposal to the state
for the 2010-2011 biennium. Due to the large reduction in the state appropriation, opportunities
to advance a broad range of major University initiatives, including important faculty and staff
hires, have been curtailed. Instead, decisions have been made to strategically fund a select
number of focused, critical investments - on top of the required spending increases for fringe
benefits, facilities operations and the Founders Free Tuition Program. Examples of strategic
investments included within the $16,000,000 identified above include:

    •     $1,000,000 for a new Chair for the Department of Neurology in the Medical School
    •     $975,000 for additional tenure/tenure track faculty in the Carlson School of Management
          to address a critical need for quality instruction to serve the expanding undergraduate
          enrollment
    •     $900,000 for continued investment in the University-wide initiative on Translational
          Neuroscience
    •     $900,000 for essential investment in the University initiative on Health Informatics
    •     $1,500,000 for Discovery Grants for the new Institute on the Environment
    •     $500,000 for key faculty hires in the College of Liberal Arts
    •     $850,000 for the Mid Level Provider initiative in the School of Dentistry
    •     $350,000 to address accreditation issues in the School of Veterinary Medicine
    •     $343,000 for the federally required Respiratory Protection Program coordinated by
          University Health and Safety
    •     $719,400 to provide University matches to donor contributions to the 21st Century and
          Presidential Scholarship programs
    •     $634,000 to address federally required occupational health and safety and AAALAC
          issues
    •     $190,000 for two additional police officers



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    •   $1,107,076 to cover the additional costs of the University’s hardware/software
        maintenance agreements

In addition, it is important to note that the University is launching the new Middle-Income
Scholarship program which will initially be funded at $7.8 million for FY10 and FY11 from the
federal stimulus funds. It will be funded from new private and new internal University funds in
FY12 and beyond.

C. Strategies to Balance the Budget for FY10

State Appropriation

The change in the state appropriation is addressed in some detail on pages 4 and 5 of this
document and, as explained earlier, there is no increase in appropriation available to cover the
costs and investments identified above. Instead, the loss of appropriation represents an $81.8
million challenge in balancing the budget and the most significant reason behind the levels of
University reallocation and tuition rates included within this recommended budget.

Uncommitted FY09 Appropriation and Change in CR Transfer

The approved budget for FY09 included an allocation of recurring appropriations of $3.2 million
to cover nonrecurring expenditures during the year. Therefore, when entering FY10, the
nonrecurring spending is eliminated from the base, leaving the $3.2 million recurring resources
available for reallocation to cover new needs identified in the budget framework.

Traditionally, the Central Reserves fund, containing earnings from University managed
endowments and the investment of cash balances, supports approximately $13 million of
recurring O&M expenditures through an inter-fund transfer. Due to the market impact of FY09
investment earnings in the Central Reserves fund and the greater than average use of cash
balances during the year (largely the result of the un-allotment of the FY09 appropriation), the
transfer into O&M from Central Reserves is being reduced by $3.6 million on a one-time basis.
This represents a one-time reduction in O&M resources and a one-time increase to Central
Reserves. The recurring balance in O&M (recurring revenue supporting recurring expenditures)
will remain a positive $3.6 million, however, making those funds available for spending in FY11.
The balance is just being used one time in FY10 to help strengthen Central Reserves.

University Reductions and Reallocations

Over the last several biennia, the University has routinely included planned reductions and
reallocation of resources within its proposed annual budget. Whether to address a reduction in
state appropriation or to increase investments in units or programs at the core of the University’s
mission and priorities, the annual budgets have included reductions to or elimination of the O&M
allocations supporting activities further from those mission critical functions. Either when
accomplished within a unit but between programs or between different organizational units, such
reductions or eliminations of state appropriations may, in some cases, lead to the elimination,
downsizing or consolidation of activities or units. In other cases, these reductions will lead to a
greater reliance on other revenue sources. In every case, the strategies chosen must be
implemented consistent with University goals at all organizational levels.

Included within this budget recommendation is a reallocation on unit budgets of $91,661,153 for
FY10. In combination with the tuition revenue increase, this $91.7 million reallocation is


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necessary to cover the significant reduction in state appropriation and the required costs and
investments of $50.5 million identified in the table above. Each major operating unit of the
University was asked to develop plans for implementing a 5% reduction in their O&M allocation
and an 8% reduction. Based on those plans, senior leadership decided on unique levels of
reallocation for each unit. The final result was not across-the-board. Reallocations for FY10
vary by unit from 4% to 8%, depending on the unique financial circumstances of the unit and the
need to protect University priorities as much as possible.

As units are only receiving their final allocation numbers at the time this recommended budget is
being delivered to the Board of Regents, specific details related to implementation of the
reallocations is not known. From the plans submitted during the scenario discussions, it is
apparent that much of the impact in the immediate future will be in the form of reduced or
eliminated positions, some currently open awaiting a new hire, and some currently filled. Some
personnel reductions will result from restructuring and reorganizing administrative functions and
some will result from a necessary elimination and downsizing of activities and services. A
summary of the impact on positions and programs will be presented at the June Board of Regents
meeting and a more complete report will be submitted to the Board by November. Other
examples of expense reductions proposed by units include: a reduction in recurring project
funding (base funding amounts dedicated to different research projects each year); changes in
operations to reduce expenditures for printing, travel, food, etc.; reductions to pools of
discretionary funds; reductions in contract employees or consultants; offsetting revenue increases
from other sources, etc. Most importantly, students are protected in this budget; there will be no
reductions in student aid programs as a result of these reductions and reallocations.

Tuition and the University Fee

The President’s FY10 budget increases tuition and University fee revenue to the institution by
$41 million. See Attachment 4 (University of Minnesota 2009-10 Tuition Plan: Tuition Rates)
for specific details regarding graduate and professional tuition increases associated with the
President’s Recommended Operating Budget Plan 2009-10.

For FY10 the University administration is recommending an overall increase in tuition and the
University fee of 7.5 percent for most resident students. The actual increase in tuition rates varies
in order to produce this result, with the University fee increasing from $550 per term to $600 per
term (prorated at $60 per credit for credits 1-10). The University fee is assessed to all students, in
addition to tuition. The overall tuition increase for any student is best understood as the total
increase in tuition and the University fee.

For undergraduate students and most graduate students the increase for non-resident students has
been kept to the same dollar increase as for resident students, as was the case since FY05. This is
to ensure the University’s non-resident tuition rates for undergraduate and graduate students on
the Twin Cities and Duluth campuses do not increase beyond what the market will bear.

In FY10 two significant changes in tuition rates for undergraduate students will continue to be
phased in for students matriculating in fall 2008 or later.

    1. First, under the new Minnesota/Wisconsin Tuition Reciprocity agreement, Wisconsin
       reciprocity students will be assessed the Minnesota resident rate, rather than the rate for a
       comparable campus in their home state. For example Wisconsin reciprocity students on
       the Twin Cities campus will be assessed the Minnesota resident rate, rather than the UW,
       Madison rate.


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    2. Second, nonresident undergraduate students on the Duluth and Twin Cities campuses will
       be assessed the lower tuition rates approved by the Board in June 2007. For nonresident
       students on the Duluth campus the new rate is the resident rate plus $1,000 per semester.
       For nonresident students on the Twin Cities campus the new rate is the resident rate plus
       $2,000 per semester. This level of assessment covers the full cost of instruction without
       Minnesota state subsidy.

The annual dollar and percentage increases (tuition + University fee) for various students are
shown in the table below.

  University of Minnesota 2009-10 Tuition and University Fee Plan: Annual Increases
                                        Annual Cost             Annual $ Increase       Annual % Increase
                                       Tuition + U Fee           Tuition + U Fee         Tuition + U Fee
                                    Resident        Nonres     Resident      Nonres    Resident      Nonres
  Crookston Undergraduate             $8,588         $8,588        $600         $600      7.5%         7.5%
  Duluth Undergraduate               $10,030       $12,030         $700         $700      7.5%         6.2%
  Morris Undergraduate               $10,030       $10,030         $700         $700      7.5%         7.5%
  Twin Cities Undergraduate          $10,320       $21,950         $720         $720      7.5%         3.4%
              New Nonresident **           ---     $14,320           ---        $720         ---       5.3%
  Graduate School                    $12,412       $19,510         $866         $866      7.5%         4.6%
  M.B.A. Day Program                 $28,720       $40,384       $2,020       $2,834      7.6%         7.5%
  Law School (Year 1)                $13,262       $17,963       $1,762       $1,262     15.3%         7.5%
  Dentistry *                        $32,085       $55,749       $2,264       $3,914      7.6%         7.6%
  Medical School (Year 1) *          $32,328       $40,236       $1,605       $1,980      5.2%         5.2%
  Pharmacy                           $19,664       $31,052       $1,388       $1,388      7.6%         4.7%
  Veterinary Medicine                $23,346       $43,390       $1,632       $3,018      7.5%         7.5%
  ** For nonresident students matriculating fall 2008 or later
  * Includes Summer



Access and Affordability: In setting tuition rates, the University always balances the need for
new revenue with the importance of maintaining access and affordability for students.
For FY10, the University will implement a new Middle Income Scholarship Program for
Minnesota resident students from families with an income of $40K to $100K. This new program,
along with the existing free tuition program for all low-income Minnesota resident students who
are Pell eligible, will help to ensure that the University remains affordable for Minnesota students
from low and middle-income families. These students and families will actually experience a
decrease in tuition costs.

The number of students who are eligible for the free tuition program is projected to increase from
4,700 in 2008-09 to 5,200 in 2009-10. This is because the maximum expected family contribution
or EFC that is used to determine eligibility for federal Pell grants is increasing from $4,731 to
$5,350. This corresponds to an increase in the maximum federal Pell grant to $5,350. Although
the increase in funding for the federal Pell grant program, which is a permanent, recurring change
in the federal American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA), along with changes in
the Minnesota state grant program that pass these increases on to students, will fund the increased
cost of the free tuition program for most eligible students, the University’s budget plan for FY10
includes funds to cover the cost related to the increase in the number of students who are eligible.

Also in FY10, the University will receive fiscal stabilization funds from the ARRA, in part to
mitigate tuition increases for resident undergraduate students. These funds will be used to


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     provide a federal stimulus grant that limits the increase in tuition for all resident undergraduate
     students to $300. This funding recurs in 2010-11 but not in subsequent years.

     A final provision in the ARRA that will benefit most of the University’s undergraduate students,
     regardless of residency status, is a $700 increase in the federal Hope tax credit, from $1,800 to
     $2,500. Eligibility for the credit is also extended from two years to four year, and the credit is
     refundable, which means that even the lowest income families may benefit by $1,000. The
     increase for most families is $700 up to an income level of $160K.

     Because of these changes in the financial assistance available to students from federal, state, and
     University programs, many resident undergraduate students will see a net decrease in tuition in
     2009-10. This is shown in detail in the table below for resident undergraduate students from
     various income levels (see rows 14-15). Note that although the details in this table are for the
     Twin Cities campus, the pattern and the benefits are exactly the same for students on the Duluth,
     Morris, and Crookston campuses.

     The table is divided into two sections. Rows 1-15 provide detail for federal, state and University
     programs administered by the University’s financial aid offices. Rows 16-20 provide detail for
     the Hope tax credit. Although the University has nothing to do with the tax credit, except to
     inform students and families of this significant change, it is important to show the extent to which
     the changes in the tax credit will benefit the University’s students and their families, especially
     middle and upper-middle income families.
          Net FY 2010 Tuition Increase for Minnesota Resident Undergraduate Students
                      A                         B                 C              D                E               F
                                                                                     Non-
                                                                               Pell/State-
                                                  Pell-         Non-Pell-           Grant
                                              eligible,          Eligible,       Eligible,                    Income >
                                            Founders-        State Grant-          Middle    Upper Middle      $160K or
1                   Cohort Description         eligible           eligible        Income          Income     No FAFSA
2                       Income Level           < $40K         $40K-$60K      $60K-$100K      $100K-$160K        > $160K
3                  Number of Students            5,200              4,200           4,500           4,500         11,950

4              FY 2009 Tuition/U Fee            $9,600             $9,600         $9,600           $9,600         $9,600
5        FY 2009 Federal/State Grant           -$6,400            -$3,000             $0               $0             $0
6      FY 2009 Founders Scholarship            -$3,200                 $0             $0               $0             $0
7          FY 2009 Net Tuition/U Fee                $0             $6,600         $9,600           $9,600         $9,600

 8         FY10 7.5% Tuition Increase             $720               $720           $720             $720           $720
 9           Pell/State Grant Increase           -$783              -$783              $0               $0             $0
10                  Founders Increase                $0                 $0             $0               $0             $0
11                   Federal Stimulus            -$420              -$420          -$420            -$420          -$420
12     Mid Inc Scholarship (minimum)                 $0           -$1,500          -$500                $0             $0
13          FY 2010 Net Tuition/U Fee            -$483             $4,617         $9,400           $9,900         $9,900
14              Net Tuition Increase: $          -$483            -$1,983          -$200             $300           $300
15             Net Tuition Increase: %           -5.0%             -20.7%          -2.1%             3.1%           3.1%

16          Hope Tax Credit Increase           -$1,000              -$700          -$700            -$700             $0
17         Net Tuition Inc w/Credit: $         -$1,483            -$2,683          -$900            -$400          $300
18         Net Tuition Inc w/Credit: %          -14.9%             -27.9%          -9.4%            -4.2%          3.1%
19          Net tuition with Credit Inc        -$1,483             $3,917         $8,700           $9,200         $9,900
20       Net tuition with $2,500 Credit        -$1,483             $2,117         $6,900           $7,400         $9,900



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Cost of Attendance

In addition to base tuition, students pursuing a University education incur additional fees and
expenses required to attend classes on a full-time basis. The proposed rates for undergraduate
tuition and university fee, for the 2009-10 academic year range from $8,588 to $10,320
depending on the campus the student attends. Required fees, and room and board costs represent
an additional expense, and when combined with the base tuition, comprise the total cost of
University attendance. For 2009-10 the total cost of University attendance for resident
undergraduates ranges from $16,236 to $18,679 depending on the campus the student attends.
Estimated increases in total cost of attendance are typically lower than tuition rate increases. The
increases from FY09 to FY10 by campus are: Crookston, 5.9%; Duluth, 5.1%; Morris, 6.3%; and
Twin Cities, 4.8%.

Depending on the campus, costs for each of the other categories fall within a given range as a
percent of the total: Room and board, based on anticipated rates for on-campus dormitories,
ranges from $6,176 to $7,392 and represents 35.9% - 39.7% of the total cost of attendance;
various required fees assessed to students range from $685 to $1,400, and represent between
3.8% - 8.6% of the total cost of attendance. The cost of textbooks, supplies and personal expenses
were not included in the estimated total cost of attendance in order to confine the estimate to costs
that are within the approval responsibilities of the Board of Regents, although the University does
work to restrain and reduce these costs as well.

The tables below present estimated total cost of attendance for an undergraduate resident student
living in a dorm room for the 2009-10 academic year at each of the four University of Minnesota
campuses.

Twin Cities Campus, Undergraduate, Resident – Dorm Room
                                   FY09       FY10                                           FY10
                                                          $                       %
                                  Academic  Academic                                         % of
                                                       Increase                Increase
                                    Year       Year                                          Total
Tuition (13-credit band)             $8,500     $9,120     $620                      7.3       48.8
University fee                        1,100      1,200      100                      9.1        6.4
   Net tuition and university fee     9,600     10,320      720                      7.5       55.2
Student services fee                    673        697       24                      3.6        3.7
Technology fee*                         201        204         3                     1.5        1.1
Transportation fee                       32         34         2                     6.2        0.2
Stadium fee                              25         25         0                     0.0        0.1
Other required fees**                     8          7        -1                   -12.5        0.1
   Subtotal tuition and required
fees                                 10,539     11,287      748                       7.1       60.4

Room & Board (double room,
  14 meal plan)                              7,280        7,392         112           1.5       39.6

Total Cost of Attendance – Twin
Cities                               $17,819       $18,679             $860        4.8%        100%
*Average of all undergraduate programs, 6+ credits
**Council of College Boards, MN Student Association.



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Note – factoring in the Federal Stimulus scholarship described above would reduce the total
increase in the cost of attendance on the Twin Cities campus (as depicted in this chart) to 2.5%.

University of Minnesota - Crookston, Resident – Dorm Room
                                   FY09          FY10                                       FY10
                                                             $                   %
                                  Academic     Academic                                     % of
                                                          Increase            Increase
                                    Year         Year                                       Total
Tuition (13-credit band)             $6,888       $7,388      $500                  7.2       45.5
University fee                        1,100        1,200       100                  9.1        7.4
   Net tuition and university fee     7,988        8,588       600                  7.5       52.9
Student services fee                    393          400          7                 1.8        2.5
Technology fee                        1,000        1,000          0                   0        6.1
   Subtotal tuition and required
fees                                  9,381        9,988       607                  6.5        61.5

Room & Board (double room,
  19 meal plan)                              5,950         6,248       298          5.0        38.5

Total Cost of Attendance –
Crookston                                  $15,331       $16,236      $905        5.9%         100%

Note – factoring in the Federal Stimulus scholarship described above would reduce the total
increase in the cost of attendance on the Crookston campus (as depicted in this chart) to 3.9%.

University of Minnesota - Duluth, Resident Undergraduate– Dorm Room
                                    FY09        FY10                                        FY10
                                                             $         %
                                   Academic   Academic                                      % of
                                                          Increase  Increase
                                     Year       Year                                        Total
Tuition (13-credit band)              $8,230      $8,830      $600        7.3                 51.4
University fee                         1,100       1,200       100        9.1                  7.0
    Net tuition and university fee     9,330      10,030       700        7.5                 58.4
Student services fee                     509         558         49       9.6                  3.2
Collegiate equipment technology
fee                                      282         267        -15      -5.3                     1.6
Computer network access fee              140         149          9       6.4                     0.9
    Subtotal tuition and required
fees                                  10,261      11,004       743        7.2                  64.1

Room & Board (double room,
  19 meal plan)                              6,078         6,176         98         1.6        35.9

Total Cost of Attendance –
Duluth                                     $16,339       $17,180      $841        5.1%         100%

Note – factoring in the Federal Stimulus scholarship described above would reduce the total
increase in the cost of attendance on the Duluth campus (as depicted in this chart) to 2.7%.




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University of Minnesota - Morris, Resident – Dorm Room
                                    FY09        FY10                                         FY10
                                                                        $          %
                                  Academic     Academic                                      % of
                                                                     Increase   Increase
                                    Year         Year                                        Total
Tuition (13-credit band)              $8,230      $8,830                $600           7.3     49.7
University fee                         1,100       1,200                 100           9.1      6.8
   Net tuition and university fee      9,330      10,030                 700           7.5     56.5
Student services fee*                    561         580                  19           3.4      3.2
Technology fee                           105         105                   0           0.0      0.6
   Subtotal tuition and required
fees                                   9,996      10,715                  719          7.2     60.3

Room & Board (double room,
  19 meal plan)                              6,710       7,049            339          5.0     39.7

Total Cost of Attendance –
Morris                                   $16,706       $17,764        $1,058       6.3%       100%
*Activities fee, Health Services fee, Student Center fee, Athletics fee, Regional Fitness Center fee

Note – factoring in the Federal Stimulus scholarship described above would reduce the total
increase in the cost of attendance on the Morris campus (as depicted in this chart) to 3.9%.

D. Special Budget Issues

Compensation

It is important to note that information in this document regarding compensation matters has been
prepared for budgeting purposes and should not be interpreted as an attempt by the University to
disregard good faith bargaining with affected employee groups or to ignore all other mandates of
PELRA.

Salary Increases:

This budget includes an assumption of no salary increases for FY10.

Fringe Benefit Rates:

The fringe benefit rates for civil service employees, academic employees and graduate assistants
proposed for FY10 are shown below:
                                                          Actual      Proposed
                                                         2008-09       2009-10

Civil Service (and undergraduate students)                32.7%             37.0%
Academic                                                  30.4%             32.3%
Graduate Assistants
      Tuition                                            $13.32/hr         $14.32/hr
      Health Insurance                                    14.46%            16.84%
      Social Security                                      6.03%             6.46%
      Medicare                                             1.41%             1.70%


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The breakdown of the fringe benefit rates by component is included in this document as
Attachments 5 and 6.

Rates and Fees

Internal Sales and Auxiliaries

There are a variety of rates charged by University units that fall under the definition of Internal
Sales or Auxiliary Enterprises (see Attachment 7 for the definition of all sponsored and
nonsponsored funds). The proposed rates and fees for each year and a review of the processes
used to arrive at them are built into the annual budget development process. The all-funds budget
in this document, as displayed on Attachment 1, includes the proposed Internal Sales and
Auxiliary rates as part of the projected revenue for FY10.

The University provides housing, dining and parking services for the convenience of its students,
faculty and staff. Though the specific rates and charges for these services vary broadly, the table
below reflects the average anticipated increases by each service area by campus. These rates
have been developed and approved after the appropriate reviews and consultation process of each
campus. In addition, the room and board rates are reflected in the cost of attendance information
displayed earlier beginning on page 16.

                                     Auxiliary Rate Increases
                                   Average Fee Increase for FY10

Campus                                  Room & Board                 Parking

Crookston                                      4.73%                   0.0%
Duluth                                         1.60%                   0.0%
Morris                                         5.00%                   0.0%
Twin Cities                                    1.54%
 Contract Garages                                                      0.0%
 Contract Ramps                                                        0.0%
 Contract Lots                                                         0.0%
 Hourly                                                                0.0%

Other Fees

Each request for a new course or collegiate fee or any increase in an existing course or collegiate
fee has been reviewed through the budget process. Attachments 8, 9, and 10 contain the lists of
all such proposed fees that are recommended for approval at this time. Each of these changes
meet the parameters established in Regents policy. In general, the course fees are designed to
recover specific costs and are assessed for the purposes of 1) paying for transportation related
expenses associated with field trips, 2) paying for consumable materials utilized in instruction, or
3) charges relating to cost demand for services such as music lessons or access to very specialized
equipment. At this time, the majority of collegiate term fees primarily support technology needs
in the college – technology costs directly related to service to students (labs, equipment, etc.).
Some collegiate term fees support general operating expenses in addition to technology needs.




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As mentioned previously, the President’s Recommended Operating Budget for FY10 contains a
proposed increase in the University fee. For FY10, this fee will be implemented each term as $60
per credit for 9 credits or fewer, and at a flat $600 per term for 10 credits and above.

The all-funds budget recommended in this document, as displayed on Attachment 1 includes the
fee increases as part of the projected revenues for fiscal year 2009-10.

Student Services Fee Summary

Attachment 11 outlines the recommendations to the Board regarding student service fees at all
campuses for FY10. These fees have also been incorporated into the cost of attendance
information displayed above.

IV.     Operating Budget – Revenue Summary
A. Non-Current Funds

Since expenditures in these funds can change significantly from one year to the next, budgets for
non-current funds are less predictable than the budgets for current funds. Noncurrent funds can
generally be classified into one of the following fund groups:

    1) Plant Funds – The majority of non-current expenditures are contained within the plant
       funds. These funds are to account for property, plant and equipment transactions of the
       University. The spending pattern in this area varies depending upon capital project
       construction timetables and available financing from external sources such as State of
       Minnesota general obligation bonds. Plant fund activities (capital projects over
       $500,000) are summarized in the six-year capital improvement plan and the annual
       capital budget presented to the Board of Regents for review in May and approval in June
       2009.

    2) Endowment and Similar Funds – The resources included in endowment and similar funds
       are a combination of gifts made to the University that contain certain stipulations as to
       preservation of principal, and additions to existing endowments in the form of investment
       income and market value fluctuations. Projections of total change in endowment and
       similar funds are difficult because these funds are subject to market risks as well as
       fluctuations in contributions.

    3) Loan Funds – These funds are designated for student loans, which are provided by the
       federal government, the State of Minnesota, and private donors. The loan fund is the
       smallest group of non-current funds. Additions to the fund consist of interest received on
       outstanding loans and new contributions.

Noncurrent funds generally do not support the daily operations of the University and therefore are
not detailed further within this document.

B. Current Funds

Current funds support the day-to-day activities of the University and can be explained in two
categories:




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    1) Nonsponsored Funds
           • Centrally Distributed and Attributed – Funds distributed or attributed by the
               Board of Regents, which may be further distributed to a unit or department by a
               central, collegiate or administrative office.
           • Self-Sustaining – Funds in which expenditures are supported by revenues earned
               by the internal or external sale of goods or services, fees, federal appropriations,
               or by gifts from external donors.
    2) Sponsored Funds (sponsored research) – Funds provided by a grant or contract that are
       administered by Sponsored Projects Administration within the Office of the Vice
       President for Research.

For FY08, the most recent year of actual resource and expenditure information, current fund
revenues for University operations totaled approximately $3.0 billion. Attachment 7 contains the
definitions of all current nonsponsored and sponsored funds. The table below outlines the major
funding sources supporting FY08 expenditures, the budget for these sources for FY09, and the
proposed budget for FY10.

                                      Current Fund Revenues
                                    Sponsored and Nonsponsored

                                      FY2007-08             FY2008-09           FY2009-10        FY10%
Funding Source                      Actual Revenues         Budget Plan       Proposed Budget   of Total

Operations & Maintenance              $628,262,834          $628,283,774        $565,445,000     19%
Tuition & University Fee               629,859,079           636,868,984         678,673,869     23%
State Specials                         113,095,000            89,694,216          98,879,000      3%
Indirect Cost Recovery                 113,744,635           112,895,568         110,474,170      4%
Central Reserves                        21,327,596            20,575,000          10,950,500      0%
Auxiliary Enterprises                  275,235,996           289,851,077         289,851,077     10%
Internal Service Orgs.                 216,670,876           220,722,361         225,136,808      8%
Other Unrestricted Accounts            128,379,161           105,823,265         110,056,195      4%
Other Restricted Accounts              383,836,165           305,941,369         360,000,783     12%

Subtotal Current Nonsponsored        $2,510,411,342        $2,410,655,614     $2,449,467,402     83%

Sponsored Research                     $470,549,683         $470,000,000        $518,175,000     17%

Total Revenue                        $2,980,961,025        $2,880,656,614     $2,967,642,402    100%

Revenue Summary by Fund Group

The President’s operating budget plan is composed of current, nonsponsored funds that represent
approximately 83% of all current fund resources. The budget plan also includes estimated
resources for current, sponsored funds, which comprise the remaining 17% of annual current fund
resources. What follows is a brief overview of the FY10 revenue summary for each of the current
fund categories.

Centrally Distributed and Attributed Funds

Operations and Maintenance Fund
The financial plan for the Operations and Maintenance fund is based upon resources derived from
state appropriations, financial services fees, the Enterprise Assessment, and transfers-in from
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Resources available for FY10 are projected to be $574,543,103. This represents a decrease in
resources of $69,940,144 compared to FY09.
    • Legislative appropriations will decrease $63,108,300. This is the net result of a
        restoration of the one-time FY09 unallotment of $18,617,000, the reduction to the FY10
        appropriation of $2,550,000 passed during the 2008 legislative session and a new
        recurring cut to the base of $79,175,300
    • Application/Bursar fees are estimated to remain stable
    • Resources from the Enterprise Assessment (internal assessment to support the enterprise
        system replacement projects) will increase by $25,417
    • The transfer-in from Central Reserves/ICR will decrease by $5,123,297: $3.6 million is
        due to a reduction in the annual transfer in from central reserves to partially offset
        reduced FY10 investment earnings
    • The balance available from the previous year is estimated to be $1,733,964 less than that
        available in FY09

Tuition and University Fee Funds
The financial plan for the University Fee fund is based upon resources derived from a $600.00
per term fee assessed to each student registering at the University (prorated at $60.00/credit for
credits 1-9). In FY09, this fee was $550.00 per term (prorated at $55.00/credit for credits 1-9).
Beginning in FY07, the University Fee is attributed 100% to the academic units on the same basis
as tuition.

University Fee resources available for FY10 are projected to be $64,930,177. This represents an
increase in resources of $4,554,730 in this fund compared to FY09.

The FY10 tuition rate schedule for all campuses can be found in Attachment 4.

Tuition revenue is increasing $38,154,408 between FY09 and FY10. A large part of this growth
is a result of the rate increases proposed to meet the budget challenge for the year.

The FY09 and FY10 tuition and University fee revenue estimates (combined) by unit are as
follows:
                                                         FY2008-09              FY2009-10

Crookston                                                 $9,342,883             $9,987,867

Duluth                                                    90,182,076             95,852,094

Morris                                                    12,160,022             13,071,338

Rochester                                                    712,789              1,481,531

Twin Cities – Academic Health Center Colleges
Dentistry                                                 13,115,000             14,158,625
Medical School                                            34,206,710             36,955,000
Nursing                                                    8,250,812              8,003,708
Pharmacy                                                  16,006,284             17,078,538
Public Health                                             12,277,461             13,216,016
Veterinary Medicine                                       11,890,900             12,791,500
 Total Academic Health Center Colleges                    95,747,167            102,203,387

Twin Cities – Provost Colleges
Food, Ag. & Natural Resource Sciences                     17,199,021             18,484,714
Design                                                    12,475,198             13,353,025
Biological Sciences                                       15,366,500             16,536,898



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                                                         FY2008-09             FY2009-10


Carlson School of Management                               61,855,967            65,411,406
Continuing Education                                       15,761,430            16,759,440
Education & Human Development                              48,502,908            50,799,006
Humphrey Institute                                          5,486,795             5,612,907
Institute of Technology                                    77,385,206            82,532,747
Law School                                                 21,977,863            23,898,854
Liberal Arts                                              147,701,646           157,877,069
  Total Provost Colleges                                  423,712,534           451,266,066

Senior Vice President Units
Academic Health Center Shared                               2,873,342             3,542,357
Graduate School                                               517,000               517,000
Sr. VP System Academic Admin.                                  38,077                40,078
Undergraduate Education                                       678,841               712,151
  Total Vice President Units                                4,107,260             4,811,586

Grand Total                                              $635,964,731          $678,673,869


State Specials
The financial plan for state specials is based upon resources derived from restricted state
appropriations. Revenues from the state specials available for FY10 total $98,879,000. This
represents an increase of $8,283,300 from FY09. The increase specifically relates to:
        • an increase of $8,000,000 for the Mayo/University Partnership
        • restoration of the FY09 one-time unallotment of $1,383,000
        • a planned and phased reduction of $1,100,00 in the year two amount for the
            mesothelioma study transfer
        • an increase of $300 in the system special just to round to the nearest thousand

Indirect Cost Recovery
The financial plan for indirect cost recovery funds is based upon estimated resources derived
from the reimbursements received from sponsors to cover “overhead” costs associated with
sponsored research. For FY10, available indirect cost recovery resources are estimated to be
$110,424,170. This represents a decrease in resources available for distribution of $839,213
compared to the estimate for the previous year.

    •   Generated revenue is projected to decrease $839,213 from the FY09 estimates.
    •   The balance available in the central distribution accounts from the previous year (carry-
        forward) is $1,523,297 less than that available in FY09.
    •   Transfers out to other funds will be $1,523,297 less than transfers out in FY09.

In October 2007, the University signed a new Facilities and Administrative (F&A) rate agreement
with the Federal Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS). Effective FY08, the F&A
rate charged to new federal grants increased to 51% from 49.5%. This new rate only applies to
new grants. Any grant that was previously awarded at the old 49.5% rate will continue to use the
49.5% rate through the end of the grant.

The table below presents a summary of the change in recurring indirect cost revenue allocations
from FY09 to FY10 by resource responsibility center. Under the institutional budget model,
100% of the ICR revenue is attributed to the academic units that generate it.




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         Distribution of Recurring ICR Revenue for Fiscal Years 2008-09 and 2009-10

                                                           FY2009         FY2010           Change

Crookston                                                    $22,066        $44,311        $22,245
Duluth                                                     2,078,000      1,960,304       (117,696)
Morris                                                        89,690         77,836        (11,854)

Twin Cities-Academic Health Center
Academic Health Center Shared                              9,000,000      9,854,076        854,076
Dentistry                                                    750,000        500,000       (250,000)
Medical School                                            38,500,000     39,000,000        500,000
Nursing                                                      653,324        653,324              0
Pharmacy                                                   2,314,098      2,400,000         85,902
Public Health                                             12,702,672     13,800,000      1,097,328
Veterinary Medicine                                        2,355,936      1,850,000       (505,936)
 Total Academic Health Center                             66,276,030     68,057,400      1,781,370

Twin Cities-Sr. VP Academic Affairs
Food, Ag & Natural Resource Sciences                       3,899,051      3,899,051              0
Design                                                       103,569         65,000        (38,569)
Biological Sciences                                        4,275,824      4,247,681        (28,143)
Carlson School of Management                                 201,162         87,106       (114,056)
Continuing Education                                           7,918              0         (7,918)
Education & Human Development                              3,918,137      4,247,156        329,019
Humphrey Institute                                           628,100        367,105       (260,995)
Institute of Technology                                   20,577,084     19,435,012     (1,142,072)
Law School                                                   205,593        150,000        (55,593)
Liberal Arts                                               2,917,139      2,917,139              0
Sr. VP Academic Affairs & Provost                             19,334         70,000         50,666
Student Affairs                                               49,302         50,000            698
University Libraries                                           4,287          5,000            713
  Total Sr. VP Academic Affairs                           36,806,500     35,540,250     (1,266,250)

Twin Cities – Sr. VP System Academic Admin.
MN Extension Service                                       1,528,724      1,357,457       (171,267)
Agricultural Experiment Station                                3,714              0         (3,714)
Sr. VP System Administration                                  49,424              0        (49,424)
System Admin. – Academic Units                               501,734        368,780       (132,954)
Equity & Diversity                                               980              0           (980)
Office of International Programs                              69,169         40,000        (29,169)
  Total Other Units                                        2,153,745      1,766,237       (387,508)

Other
VP for Research                                            3,823,622      2,966,000       (857,622)
VP Scholarly & Cultural Affairs                               13,730         11,832         (1,898)

Grand Total                                             $111,263,383   $110,424,170      ($839,213)



Central Reserves

The primary revenue source for the central reserves fund is investment earnings from the
temporary investment pool. The purpose of this fund is to insulate the University from potential
major financial risks, including:
   • Unanticipated or uninsured catastrophic events
   • Temporary institutional revenue declines or expenditure gaps
   • Unforeseen legal obligations and costs
   • Failures in central infrastructure


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    •   Failures of major business systems

The financial plan for FY10 central reserves is based on estimated resources derived from
investment earnings. Resources available for the year are projected to be $13,726,715, which is a
decrease of $ 2,952,603 from FY09.

    •   Gross investment income is estimated to decrease $6,956,500
    •   The balance available from the previous year is estimated at $9,404,603 less than that
        available in FY09
    •   The estimate of capital losses is $8,580,000 less, which has a positive impact on the
        balance
    •   The fees and operating costs deducted from earnings is $578,500 less than in FY09
    •   Miscellaneous income to central reserves is estimated to be $650,000 higher in FY10
        than in FY09
    •   The transfer to O&M is decreasing by $3,600,000 compared to FY09

The financial plan for FY10 central reserves includes allocations of $1,095,000.

After allocations, the central reserves balance is projected to be $12,631,715 at the end of FY10.
Base on FY10 state appropriations, Board of Regents policy would set the required balance at
$25,968,960. Given the market conditions of the last nine months and the necessary spending of
departmental balances (cash) due to the FY09 appropriation un-allotment, the FY10 plan for
central reserves will not meet policy guidelines. Budget plans for the next few years will include
efforts to increase the reserve back to Board policy level.

Self-Sustaining Funds

Auxiliary Enterprises
The University operates a number of self-sustaining operations called auxiliary enterprises.
These are activities that provide goods and services predominantly to individuals in the
University community and incidentally to the general public. Resident halls, food service,
student unions, bookstores, parking and transit, health services and intercollegiate athletics are
primary examples of auxiliary enterprises.

Overall, the FY10 budget plan for auxiliary enterprises is based upon estimated resources of
$289,851,077.


Internal Service Activities
The University conducts internal service activities for the purpose of convenience, cost or control.
These activities provide goods and services predominantly to University departments and
incidentally to the general public. Fleet services, University Stores and the Physics Shop are
primary examples of internal service activities.

Overall, the FY10 budget plan for internal service organizations is built based upon estimated
resources of $225,136,808.




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Other Unrestricted and Other Restricted Nonsponsored Activity

FY10 budget plans for other unrestricted and restricted nonsponsored funds are based upon
estimated resources of $470,056,978.

The other unrestricted fund category includes resources derived from miscellaneous activity such
as sales of education goods and services and course and technology fees.

The other restricted fund category includes numerous restricted accounts, the funds of which may
only be used in accordance with the purposes established by the source. Examples of funds
included in this category are grants and contracts with business and industry, University of
Minnesota Foundation, private practice and restricted government funds.

Sponsored Research

Sponsored research consists of grants and contracts administered through the Office of Sponsored
Project Administration (SPA). Sponsored funds typically represent multi-year activities
surrounding research projects. Estimated expenditures for a given year will vary according to the
University’s ability to obtain research grants as well as the timing of expenditures related to
current or pending research projects. Estimated expenditures for FY10 equal $518,175,000.

V. Operating Budget – Expenditure/Resource Allocation Summary
For FY08, the most recent year of actual resource and expenditure information, current fund
expenditures for University operations totaled approximately $3 billion. Attachment 7 contains
the definitions of all current nonsponsored and sponsored funds. The table below outlines
(according to function) the current fund expenditures for FY08, the approved budget for these
sources for FY09, and the proposed budget for FY10.

                                     Current Fund Expenditures
                                    Sponsored and Nonsponsored

                                       FY2007-08            FY2008-09         FY2009-10       FY10 %
Funding Source                     Actual Expenditures      Budget Plan     Proposed Budget   of Total

Current Nonsponsored Funds:
Instruction                           $834,731,285          $844,452,962      $825,665,802       28%
Research                                51,158,684            45,575,909        44,561,949        2%
Public Service                         133,110,714           134,695,758       131,699,083        4%
Academic Support                       431,026,265           455,868,262       445,726,229       15%
Student Services                        92,676,403            96,100,748        93,962,724        3%
Institutional Support                  276,680,830           282,727,852       276,437,800        9%
Plant/Ops & Maintenance                251,075,916           257,966,427       252,227,260        9%
Scholarships                           151,699,637           117,742,483       124,807,032        4%
Auxiliary Enterprises                  213,040,959           227,227,707       222,172,407        8%

                                     $2,435,200,692        $2,462,358,108   $2,417,260,286       82%

Subtotal Sponsored                    $470,549,683          $470,000,000      $518,175,000       18%

Total Expenditures                   $2,905,750,375        $2,932,358,108   $2,935,435,286    100%




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The President’s operating budget plan is composed of current, nonsponsored funds that represent
approximately 83% of all current fund expenditures. The budget plan also includes estimated
expenditures for current, sponsored funds, which comprise the remaining 17% of annual current
fund expenditures.

Centrally Distributed and Attributed – Proposed Distributions

Within the context of available resources, the proposed distributions for the centrally distributed
and attributed funds are as follows:

                            Fiscal Year 2009-10 Proposed Distributions
                            Centrally Distributed and Attributed Funds

                                                              State                     Central       University
                             O&M           Tuition           Specials       ICR         Reserves         Fee

Balance Forward                  $0             $0                 $0             $0    $11,874,318            $0

Annual Revenue/          574,543,103    613,743,692         98,879,000    110,424,170     1,852,397    64,930,177
 Net Transfers
Total Net Resources     $574,543,103   $613,743,692        $98,879,000   $110,424,170   $13,726,715   $64,930,177

Planned Distributions   $574,533,684   $613,743,692        $98,879,000   $110,424,170    $1,095,000   $64,930,177

Ending Balance                   $0             $0                 $0             $0    $12,631,715            $0

Details on specific distributions by campus, college and support unit can be found on
Attachment 12, Fund Forecast – Centrally Distributed and Attributed Funds.


VI. Future Planning – FY12 and FY13 Scenarios
This year’s budget development includes, for the first time, an extension of the practice of
providing financial information through the President’s Recommended Annual Operating Budget
Plan for FY10 and Preliminary Financial Plan for FY11 by including an additional two year
outlook. This additional information provides a very preliminary look at the potential financial
challenges facing the University in FY12 and FY13. The inclusion of additional financial
information beyond the current year is always difficult given the potential range of options and
choices available. Compounding the uncertainty regarding future financial estimates is the
unsettled state budget outlook for both the current biennium and the next. The information
outlined below is designed to initiate a discussion regarding potential future financial challenges
and the options, strategies and approaches that may be necessary in the future to address those
challenges.

The table below outlines the four year appropriation levels enacted at the conclusion of the 2009
legislative session.
                               Enacted Appropriations        Beginning Base Level Funding
                                 FY10            FY11             FY12             FY13

State General Funds                $623.4*            $677.3*            $670.0          $670.0

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In addition to establishing the University’s FY10 and FY11 appropriations, the Legislature also
established an FY12 and FY13 beginning base level funding of $670.0 million per year. This base
level funding traditionally represents the starting point for budget development for the 2012-2013
biennium. The base level funding for FY12 and FY13 can not be altered by un-allotment actions
in the current biennium and will, per tradition, be incorporated into long term state budget
projections by the State of Minnesota. Preparation of the University’s next biennial budget
submittal will begin in June of the even numbered year (2010) prior to the odd numbered year
(2011) in which the Minnesota Legislature establishes the upcoming biennial budget (for 2012-
2013).

The University carefully takes into consideration, during the development of its annual operating
budgets, the potential impact of changes in the base level appropriations for the biennium
following the current biennium in order to ensure that budget development for the near term does
not result in a significant structural imbalance (defined here as an imbalance between recurring
resources and recurring expenditures) in the next biennium. An example of this would be to
commit an unrealistic amount of current biennial appropriations to recurring expenditures when it
is apparent, through an analysis of the subsequent biennium, that some portion of current
resources is not intended to recur into the following years. In most years this is a relatively direct
analysis. The current financial environment makes this analysis particularly difficult given the
size of the state budget shortfall remaining in both the current biennium (presently estimated at
$2.7 billion) and for the next biennium (presently estimated at $3.1 billion).

Tables A and B below outline different views of the University’s financial landscape in FY12 and
FY13. These two scenarios outline widely different views regarding state appropriations. A
critical factor in understanding the two scenarios is that the beginning point for changes in state
appropriations for FY12 is the assumed $604.3 million funding level for FY11 remaining after
the potential Governor’s un-allotment. As such, the amounts shown in the tables below show
incremental changes in resource and expenditure levels from those planned for FY11. The
preliminary financial plan for FY11 contains a potential $16.3 million structural imbalance
which, unless addressed in FY11, must be corrected in FY12. The structural imbalance carried
forward into FY12 is equivalent to 1.2% of anticipated FY11 revenues from state appropriations
and tuition. Expenditure projections outlined below in Table A incorporate the structural
imbalance.

Scenario A outlines a balanced budget for FY12 but a significant budget shortfall of $49.4 million
for FY13.

Scenario A - Legislative Base Level Funding Scenario – Key Assumptions

The resource plan contained in Table A assumes that the 2011 Minnesota legislature authorizes
an annual appropriation of $670.0 million to the University of Minnesota for both FY12 and
FY13. Assuming a funding level of $604.3 million for FY11 (after un-allotment) the University
would experience an incremental increase of $65.7 million in FY12. The President’s Preliminary
Financial Plan for FY11 is balanced and, as such, this growth in state general fund appropriations
over FY11 will be available to meet new expenditure obligations outlined for FY12 and FY13.
This scenario assumes no additional incremental increase in state resources for FY13.

The resource plan contained in Table A also assumes that tuition revenue will rise at an annual
rate of 4.5% system-wide. This increase will yield approximately $30.6 million in new
incremental revenue in each of FY12 and FY13.



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                                                 Table A
                          University of Minnesota FY12 and FY13 Budget Outlook
                                 Legislative Base Level Funding Scenario

                                            FY12          FY13
Resource Plan

Change in State Appropriation               $65.7          $0.0
Tuition Revenue                             $30.6         $30.6

Total Resources                             $96.3         $30.6

Expenditure Plan

General Cost Increases/Financial
Obligations & Strategic Investments         $96.3         $80.0

Revenues vs. Expenditures                     $0.0        ($49.4)

The expenditure plan in Table A assumes a return to a more stable level of recurring investment.
The Board of Regents has previously been presented with estimates of incremental expenditure
levels necessary to ensure that faculty and staff are compensated at reasonable levels, that
contractual obligations are met, that funds are available to support new building operations, debt
and leases, and that the University is able to make modest strategic investments consistent with
the goals and priorities of strategic positioning. The expenditure plan is designed to restore the
University’s momentum and to ensure high quality in research, education and services. It does not
reflect an acceleration of expenditures over historical rates of growth and is not reflective of
potential increased investment needs that may be necessary due to extraordinary financial
circumstances. The higher expenditure level in FY12 compared to FY13 reflects the need to
address the structural imbalance carried over from FY11.

The net result of planned revenues and expenditures in Table A is a balanced budget for FY12 but
a significant budget shortfall of $49.4 million for FY13. Absent additional new state
appropriations beyond the assumed $670.0 million annual level, the choices for the University to
balance the budget in FY13 are internal budget reallocations, tuition increases beyond the
assumed 4.5%, new sources of revenue or a reduction in the assumed level of expenditures.

Scenario B – Un-allotment Funding Level Scenario – Key Assumptions

The resource plan contained in Table B assumes that the 2011 Minnesota legislature authorizes a
significant reduction to the current law base funding level for FY12 and FY13 resulting in an
annual appropriation of $604.3 million for each of FY12 and FY13 to the University of
Minnesota. This reduction would amount to roughly a 9.8% reduction from the University’s
enacted base level funding for FY12 and FY13. A funding level of $604.3 million for FY11
carried forward into FY12 and FY13 means that the University would experience no incremental
increase in state general fund appropriations.

The resource plan contained in Table B, like Table A, assumes that tuition revenue will rise at an
annual rate of 4.5% system-wide. This increase will yield approximately $30.6 million in new
incremental revenue in each of FY12 and FY13.



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Table B below outlines significant budget shortfalls in both FY12 and FY13.

                                                 Table B
                          University of Minnesota FY12 and FY13 Budget Outlook
                                      Un-allotment Funding Level Scenario

                                            FY12           FY13
Resource Plan

Change in State Appropriation                $0.0           $0.0
Tuition Revenue                             $30.6          $30.6

Total Resources                             $30.6          $30.6

Expenditure Plan

General Cost Increases/Financial
Obligations & Strategic Investments         $ 96.3         $80.0

Revenues vs. Expenditures                   ($65.7)        ($49.4)

The expenditure plan in Table B also assumes a return to a more stable level of recurring
investment. The Board of Regents has previously been presented with estimates of incremental
expenditure levels necessary to ensure that faculty and staff are compensated at reasonable levels,
that contractual obligations are meet, funds are available to support new building operations, debt
and leases and that the University is able to make modest strategic investments consistent with
the goals and objectives of strategic positioning. The expenditure plan is designed to restore the
University’s momentum. It does not reflect an acceleration of expenditures over historical rates of
growth and is not reflective of potential increased investment needs that may be necessary due to
extra ordinary financial circumstances. The higher expenditure level in FY12 compared to FY13
reflects the need to address the structural imbalance carried over from FY11.

The net result of planned revenues and expenditures in Table B is a significant budget shortfall of
$61.8 million for FY12 and an additional $49.4 million for FY13. The combined two year
shortfall amounts to $111.2 million. Absent additional new state appropriations beyond the
assumed $604.3 million, the choices for the University to balance the budget for FY12 and FY13
are internal budget reallocations, tuition increases beyond the assumed 4.5%, new sources of
revenue or a reduction in the assumed level of investment expenditures to assure the University’s
continued quality and competitiveness.

Both Tables A and B are built on significantly different views of state appropriation levels. Other
scenarios could be created that reflect different levels of optimism or pessimism regarding the
direction of state support for higher education as well as potential state revenue shortages or
surpluses in the state general fund for the 2012–2013 biennium. As stated earlier in this
document, the State of Minnesota currently faces an unprecedented $2.7 billion budget shortfall
for the 2010–2011 biennium after the conclusion of the 2009 Legislature and a corresponding
$3.1 billion shortfall for the 2012–2013 biennium. The University and its faculty, staff and
students will likely face significant additional financial challenges in FY12 and FY13 and must
begin to prepare for those challenges. The administration will address these issues substantially
in the 2009-10 academic year.



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VII. All Current Funds Operating Budget – Resolution
Attachment 13 contains the budget resolution for approval by the Board of Regents.




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                                                    Attachment 1


Resource and Expenditure Budget Plan
University Fiscal Page
Current Non Sponsored Funds
                                                      Actual           Actual            Actual       Budgeted     Budget Plan
   Excluding Multi Year accounts                     2005-06          2006-07           2007-08        2008-09        2009 10
RESOURCES
a Carry Forward                                $537,247,026     $596,900,519      $570,103,015     $600,241,459   $565,028,691

  Revenues by Revenue Class
  O & M Appropiations                          $527,824,115     556,212,000       $618,034,100   $613,424,000   $550,345,000
  O & M Other Revenue                              9,393,385     10,073,059          10,228,734     14,859,774     15,100,000
  State Specials                                  87,744,000     87,774,000         113,095,000     89,694,216     98,879,000
  Tuition/University Fee                         559,164,155    597,198,412         629,859,079    636,868,984    678,673,869
  ICR                                            104,401,130    109,293,530         113,744,635    112,895,568    110,474,170
  Central Reserves                                23,964,442     28,098,725          21,327,596     20,575,000     10,950,500
  Auxiliaries                                    239,636,797    258,468,537         275,235,996    289,851,077    289,851,077
  ISO                                            210,616,809    222,536,154         216,670,876    220,722,361    225,136,808
  Other Unrestricted                             233,000,164    141,983,895         128,379,161    105,823,265    110,056,195
  Restricted                                     324,127,975    365,834,429         383,836,165    305,941,369    360,000,783
b Total Revenues                              $2,319,872,972 $2,377,472,740      $2,510,411,342 $2,410,655,614 $2,449,467,403


c   Net Transfers                               (137,022,325)    (143,540,433)      (45,072,206)     50,000,000    (30,000,000)

d               TOTAL NET RESOURCES (a+b+c) $2,720,097,674 $2,830,832,827        $3,035,442,151 $3,060,897,073 $2,984,496,093

EXPENDITURES
  Expenditures by Function Type
   Instruction                                 $739,389,100   $784,904,150        $834,731,285   $844,452,962   $825,665,802
   Research                                       46,045,061     47,861,151          51,158,684     45,575,909     44,561,949
  TPublic Service                                122,677,461    126,188,237         133,110,714    134,695,758    131,699,083
   Academic Support                              349,880,524    400,267,335         431,026,265    455,868,262    445,726,229
   Student Services                               82,421,708     87,882,683          92,676,403     96,100,748     93,962,724
   Institutional Support                         198,525,163    238,330,257         276,680,830    282,727,852    276,437,800
   Operation & Maint. of Plant                   272,273,979    229,101,122         251,075,916    257,966,427    252,227,260
   Scholarships & Fellowships                    116,976,186    133,059,122         151,699,637    117,742,483    124,807,032
   Auxiliary Enterprises                         195,007,973    213,135,755         213,040,959    227,227,707    222,172,407
   TOTAL EXPENDITURES                         $2,123,197,154 $2,260,729,812      $2,435,200,692 $2,462,358,108 $2,417,260,286

    Expenditures by Object Class
    Salaries                                   $990,418,118 $1,061,771,521       $1,132,494,042 $1,180,062,622 $1,103,358,552
    Fringe Benefits                            $309,097,832   $326,482,947        $354,261,438   $370,114,652   $388,620,385
    Student Aid                                $123,442,412   $141,264,550        $159,475,473   $178,612,530   $189,329,282
    Consultant/Purchased Person.                 $90,219,477    $89,893,161       $105,385,827     $70,571,984    $63,514,786
    Communications                               $39,028,960    $39,388,115         $33,655,177    $30,928,311    $29,381,896
    Supplies, Serv, & Misc. Exp.               $245,842,020   $268,251,034        $292,257,361   $295,931,427   $281,134,856
    Materials for Resale                         $60,284,346    $66,016,980          67,949,373    $71,672,926    $68,089,280
    Equipment & Other Capital Assets             $49,457,118    $46,840,010         $56,021,045    $52,620,069    $51,567,667
    Rents, & Leases                              $23,816,226    $25,055,576         $27,753,532    $26,541,647    $26,010,814
    Repairs, Maintenance & Supplies              $61,871,604    $63,989,659         $59,540,771    $65,954,474    $62,656,750
    Utilities                                  $128,751,631   $131,258,363          146,067,303   $151,817,362   $152,576,449
    Loan Activity                                  ($312,474)     ($327,199)          ($234,514)     $156,133       $153,010
    ICR/Subcontracts/Participants
    E                                             $1,279,885       $845,095            $573,865      $884,245       $866,560
    TOTAL EXPENDITURES                        $2,123,197,154 $2,260,729,812      $2,435,200,692 $2,495,868,382 $2,417,260,286

e                                              $596,900,519     $570,103,015      $600,241,459     $565,028,691   $567,235,807

ENDING BALANCE (d-e)




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                                             Attachment 2                                       33



                                  University of Minnesota
                                       FORECASTED
                           Consolidated Statements of Net Assets
                                  June 30, 2009 and 2010

                                             (in thousands)

ASSETS                                                              June 30         June 30
                                                                     2009            2010
Current assets
     Cash and cash equivalents                                  $     270,632   $     270,632
     Securities lending collateral                                        -               -
     Short-term investments                                            70,586          70,586
     Receivables, net                                                 199,320         185,840
     Inventories                                                       20,084          20,255
     Current portion of student loan receivables                        8,473           8,524
     Current portion of prepaid expenses and deferred charges           6,204           6,719
     Other assets                                                         200             200
          Total current assets                                        575,499         562,756

Noncurrent assets
     Restricted cash and cash equivalents                              68,806          68,806
     Investments                                                    1,148,584       1,157,584
     Receivables, net                                                     620             556
     Student loan receivables                                          66,006          67,258
     Prepaid expenses and deferred charges                              1,703           1,377
     Other assets                                                          32              29
     Capital assets, net                                            2,450,000       2,581,788
           Total noncurrent assets                                  3,735,751       3,877,398
Total assets                                                        4,311,250       4,440,154

LIABILITIES

Current liabilities
     Accounts payable                                                  64,020          67,221
     Accrued liabilities and other                                    252,209         267,097
     Securities lending collateral                                        -               -
     Unearned Income                                                  103,711         110,746
     Long term liabilities - current portion                          422,531         444,072
           Total current liabilities                                  842,471         889,136

Noncurrent liabilities
     Accrued liabilities and other                                     99,000         100,057
     Unearned income                                                      702             456
     Long term liabilities                                            511,716         558,198
              Total noncurrent liabilities                            611,418         658,711
Total liabilities                                                   1,453,889       1,547,847

NET ASSETS
Total net assets                                                $   2,857,361   $   2,892,307



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                                                      Attachment 3                                               34




                                            University of Minnesota
                                                FORECASTED
                          Statement of Revenues, Expenses and Changes in Net Assets

                                                       (in thousands)

                                                                                    June 30            June 30
REVENUES                                                                             2009               2010
Operating Revenues
 Student tuition and fees net                                                   $       586,800    $     617,500
 Federal appropriations                                                                  16,800           66,900
 Federal grants and contracts                                                           435,327          478,860
 State and other government grants                                                       80,209           80,209
 Nongovernmental grants and contracts                                                   225,141          231,896
 Student loan interest income                                                             1,681            1,698
 Sales and services of educational activities                                           169,384          174,465
 Auxiliary enterprises net                                                              310,000          319,300
 Other operating revenues                                                                 2,900            2,900
Total Operating Revenues                                                              1,828,242        1,973,728

EXPENSES
Operating Expenses
 Educational and General                                                              2,594,319        2,686,638
 Auxiliary enterprises                                                                  218,445          221,722
 Other operating expenses                                                                 2,488           12,660
Total Operating Expenses                                                              2,815,252        2,921,020
Operating Income (Loss)                                                                (987,010)        (947,292)

NONOPERATING REVENUES (EXPENSES)
  State appropriations                                                                  704,000          649,200
  Grants                                                                                135,718          143,873
  Gifts                                                                                 129,404          134,580
  Investment income (losses)                                                              8,500           10,000
  Net increase (decrease) in the fair market value of investments                      (287,000)           9,000
  Interest on capital asset-related debt                                                (35,484)         (42,464)
  Other nonoperating revenues (expenses)                                                 (2,386)          (2,386)
        Net Nonoperating Revenues (Expenses)                                            652,752          901,803
Income (Loss) Before Other Revenues, Expenses, Gains, or Losses                        (334,258)         (45,489)
  Capital appropriations                                                                 47,300           51,000
  Capital grants and gifts                                                               30,000           10,000
  Additions to permanent endowments                                                      15,566           19,434
        Total Other Revenues(Expenses)                                                   92,866           80,434

Increase/(Decrease) in Net Assets                                                      (241,392)          34,945

Change in Accounting Estimate                                                            (6,265)             -

NET ASSETS
Net assets - beginning of year                                                        3,105,018        2,857,361
Net assets - end of year                                                        $     2,857,361    $   2,892,306




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                                                   Attachment 4                                                                      35
                             University of Minnesota 2009-10 Tuition Plan: Tuition Rates

2009-10 Tuition Schedule

                                                         2008-09      2008-09            2009-10      2009-10    2008-09   2009-10
                                                         Semester Rates                  Semester Rates                               % Increase
                                                        Resident Nonresident            Resident Nonresident      U Fee     U Fee      Resident
Twin Cities

  Undergraduate
    Per Credit                                           $326.92      $774.23            $350.76      $798.07     $55.00    $60.00        7.55%
    13-Credit Band                                      $4,250.00   $10,065.00          $4,560.00   $10,375.00   $550.00   $600.00        7.50%
  Undergraduate Fall 2008 or Later
    Per Credit                                                        $480.77                         $504.61     $55.00    $60.00        9.09%
    13-Credit Band                                                   $6,250.00                       $6,560.00   $550.00   $600.00        9.09%




  Graduate School General Programs
    Part-time rates
      per credit                                         $870.50     $1,462.00           $934.33     $1,525.83    $55.00    $60.00        7.44%
    Full-time rates
      6-14 Credits                                      $5,223.00    $8,772.00          $5,606.00    $9,155.00   $550.00   $600.00        7.50%
      Each Credit over 14                                $870.50     $1,462.00           $934.33     $1,525.83    $55.00    $60.00        7.44%



    Architecture & Landscape Arch

       Per Credit                                        $705.92     $1,090.84           $758.16     $1,143.08    $55.00    $60.00        7.52%
       12-17 Credits                                    $8,471.00   $13,090.00          $9,098.00   $13,717.00   $550.00   $600.00        7.50%
       Each Credit over 17                               $705.92     $1,090.84           $758.16     $1,143.08    $55.00    $60.00        7.52%



    CBS -- Professional Masters
      Per Credit                                        $1,314.00    $1,314.00          $1,314.00    $1,314.00    $55.00    $60.00        0.37%

    CLA -- Master of Geographical Information System
    Part-time rates
      Per credit                                         $910.17     $1,528.67           $977.00     $1,595.50    $55.00    $60.00        7.44%
    Full-time rates
      6-14 Credits                                      $5,461.00    $9,172.00          $5,862.00    $9,573.00   $550.00   $600.00        7.50%
      Each Credit over 14                                $910.17     $1,528.67           $977.00     $1,595.50    $55.00    $60.00        7.44%



    Humphrey Institutes Masters
      Per Credit                                        $1,004.00    $1,594.17          $1,077.83    $1,668.00    $55.00    $60.00        7.44%
      6-15 Credits                                      $6,024.00    $9,565.00          $6,467.00   $10,008.00   $550.00   $600.00        7.50%
      Each Credit over 15                               $1,004.00    $1,594.17          $1,077.83    $1,668.00    $55.00    $60.00        7.44%



       MPA Per Credit                                    $873.00     $1,464.00           $938.00     $1,529.00    $55.00    $60.00        7.54%

    Housing Studies Certificate (per cr)                 $585.00      $585.00            $628.00      $628.00     $55.00    $60.00        7.50%

    Management of Technology Masters
     First Year                                        $15,030.00   $15,030.00         $15,175.00   $15,175.00   $550.00   $600.00        1.25%
     Second Year                                       $14,150.00   $14,150.00         $15,030.00   $15,030.00   $550.00   $600.00        6.33%
     Per Credit (special circumstances)                 $1,625.00    $1,625.00          $1,640.00    $1,640.00    $55.00    $60.00        1.19%

    Software Engineering Masters
      First Year                                        $6,760.00    $6,760.00          $6,950.00    $6,950.00   $550.00   $600.00        3.28%
      Second Year (continuing)                          $6,510.00    $6,510.00          $6,760.00    $6,760.00   $550.00   $600.00        4.25%

    Infrastructure Systems Eng Masters
       First Year                                       $6,225.00    $6,225.00          $6,475.00    $6,475.00   $550.00   $600.00        4.43%
       Second Year                                      $6,000.00    $6,000.00          $6,225.00    $6,225.00   $550.00   $600.00        4.20%
       Third Year                                       $5,700.00    $5,700.00          $6,000.00    $6,000.00   $550.00   $600.00        5.60%
       Per Credit (special circumstances)                $830.00      $830.00            $863.00      $863.00     $55.00    $60.00        4.29%

    Master of Financial Mathematics (per cr)             $600.00      $600.00            $700.00      $700.00     $55.00    $60.00        16.03%

    Master of Security Technology (new)                                                 $1,000.00    $1,000.00    $55.00    $60.00            na
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                                                  Attachment 4                                                                      36
                            University of Minnesota 2009-10 Tuition Plan: Tuition Rates

2009-10 Tuition Schedule

                                                        2008-09      2008-09            2009-10      2009-10    2008-09   2009-10
                                                        Semester Rates                  Semester Rates                               % Increase
                                                       Resident Nonresident            Resident Nonresident      U Fee     U Fee      Resident
Twin Cities
  Professional Schools

    Carlson School of Management

    Industrial Relations Masters Day Program



      Per Credit                                        $658.50     $1,201.25           $707.90     $1,291.30    $55.00    $60.00        7.62%
      10-15 Credits                                    $6,585.00   $12,012.50          $7,079.00   $12,913.00   $550.00   $600.00        7.62%



    Industrial Relations Masters Evening Program
      Per Credit                                        $725.00     $1,056.00           $758.00     $1,104.00    $55.00    $60.00        4.87%

    M.B.A. Day Program ***
      Entering Students (guaranteed two-year rates)
      Per Credit                                       $1,068.67    $1,518.75          $1,146.66    $1,632.66    $55.00    $60.00        7.39%
      12-19 Credits                                   $12,800.00   $18,225.00         $13,760.00   $19,592.00   $550.00   $600.00        7.57%



      Continuing Students
      Per Credit                                        $992.40     $1,412.80          $1,068.67    $1,518.75    $55.00    $60.00        7.76%
      12-19 Credits                                   $11,909.00   $16,953.50         $12,800.00   $18,225.00   $550.00   $600.00        7.55%



    M.B.A. Evening Program
      Per Credit (1-11)                                $1,015.00    $1,015.00          $1,060.00    $1,060.00    $55.00    $60.00        4.67%
       12 or more Per Credit                           $1,015.00    $1,470.00          $1,060.00    $1,536.00    $55.00    $60.00        4.67%

    M.B.T. Program
      Per Credit (1-11)                                $1,015.00    $1,015.00          $1,060.00    $1,060.00    $55.00    $60.00        4.67%
       12 or more Per Credit                           $1,015.00    $1,470.00          $1,060.00    $1,536.00    $55.00    $60.00        4.67%

    Master of Accounting
     Per Credit (1-9)                                   $680.00     $1,015.00           $731.00     $1,091.10    $55.00    $60.00        7.62%
       10-18 Credits                                   $6,800.00   $10,150.00          $7,310.00   $10,911.00   $550.00   $600.00        7.62%



    Executive MBA
      Entering Students (guaranteed 2 yr rates)       $22,162.50   $22,162.50         $23,160.00   $23,160.00   $550.00   $600.00        4.61%

      Continuing Students                             $20,625.00   $20,625.00         $22,162.50   $22,162.50   $550.00   $600.00        7.50%

    Dentistry, School of
      Resident and Nonresident
      Semester                                        $11,114.00   $19,799.00         $11,948.00   $21,581.00   $550.00   $600.00        7.58%
      Summer Term                                      $5,943.00   $10,587.00          $6,389.00   $11,540.00   $550.00   $600.00        7.64%
      Program Completion (per credit)                   $445.00      $793.00            $478.00      $864.00     $55.00    $60.00        7.60%

      North Dakota Reciprocity (75% NR rate)
      Semester                                        $14,849.25                      $15,963.00                $550.00   $600.00        7.56%
      Summer Term                                      $7,940.25                       $8,535.75                $550.00   $600.00        7.60%
      Program Completion (per credit)                   $594.75                         $639.00                  $55.00    $60.00        7.58%



      PASS
      Semester - Year 1                               $25,078.00                      $26,959.00                $550.00   $600.00        7.53%
      Summer Term - Year 1                            $16,015.00                      $17,216.00                $550.00   $600.00        7.55%
      Semester - Year 2                               $23,773.00                      $25,556.00                $550.00   $600.00        7.54%
      Summer Term - Year 2                            $12,597.00                      $13,542.00                $550.00   $600.00        7.57%
      Program Completion (per credit)                   $782.00                         $841.00                  $55.00    $60.00        7.65%

    Dental Therapist Graduate Program (new)
      Semester                                                                         $5,223.00    $8,772.00                               na
      Summer Term                                                               101    $5,223.00    $8,772.00                               na
                                                   Attachment 4                                                                         37
                             University of Minnesota 2009-10 Tuition Plan: Tuition Rates

2009-10 Tuition Schedule

                                                            2008-09      2008-09            2009-10      2009-10    2008-09   2009-10
                                                            Semester Rates                  Semester Rates                               % Increase
                                                           Resident Nonresident            Resident Nonresident      U Fee     U Fee      Resident
Twin Cities
      Program Completion (per credit)                                                       $209.00      $351.00                                 na



    Departmental Masters and Post-baccalaureate Certificates
      Per Credit                                             $416.34     $698.34            $446.83      $728.83     $55.00    $60.00        7.53%
      12 - 18 Credit plateau                               $4,996.00    $8,380.00          $5,362.00    $8,746.00   $550.00   $600.00        7.50%



    Law School
      1L
      Per Credit                                           $912.50      $1,345.96          $1,055.16    $1,446.92    $55.00    $60.00        15.26%
      Term (12 or more Credits)                          $10,950.00    $16,151.50         $12,662.00   $17,363.00   $550.00   $600.00        15.32%
      2 L and 3 L
      Per Credit                                           $912.50      $1,345.96           $981.00     $1,446.91    $55.00    $60.00        7.60%
      Term (12 or more Credits)                          $10,950.00    $16,151.50         $11,772.00   $17,363.00   $550.00   $600.00        7.58%
      LLM / per Credit                                    $1,391.59     $1,391.59          $1,493.25    $1,493.25    $55.00    $60.00        7.37%
      LLM / term (12 or more Credits)                    $16,669.00    $16,669.00         $17,919.00   $17,919.00   $550.00   $600.00        7.55%



    Medical School (TC & UMD)

    1st year students
      Per term including summer                           $9,691.00    $12,202.00         $10,176.00   $12,812.00   $550.00   $600.00        5.22%
    2nd year students
      Per term including summer                           $9,409.00    $11,847.00          $9,691.00   $12,202.00   $550.00   $600.00        3.33%
    3rd year students
      Per term including summer                           $9,135.00    $11,502.00          $9,409.00   $11,847.00   $550.00   $600.00        3.35%
    4th year students
      Per term including summer                           $8,869.00    $11,167.00          $9,135.00   $11,502.00   $550.00   $600.00        3.35%
    5th year students
      Per term including summer                                                            $8,869.00   $11,167.00   $550.00   $600.00            na
    6th year students
      Per term including summer                                                            $8,869.00   $10,909.00   $550.00   $600.00            na

    Completion
      Per term including summer                           $6,924.00    $12,687.00                na           na

    Medical fellow specialists residency program
     Per term including summer                                $0.00        $0.00                 na           na

    Psychology fellow specialists
      Per term including summer                               $0.00        $0.00                 na           na

    Physical Therapy (DPT)                                $6,147.00    $10,232.00          $6,608.00   $10,999.00   $550.00   $600.00        7.63%

    Physical Therapy (DPT) Transitional Program
    Part-time rates
      per credit                                            $870.50     $1,462.00           $935.83     $1,571.83    $55.00    $60.00        7.60%
    Full-time rates
      6-14 Credits                                        $5,223.00     $8,772.00          $5,615.00    $9,431.00   $550.00   $600.00        7.66%
      Each Credit over 14                                  $870.50      $1,462.00           $935.83     $1,571.83    $55.00    $60.00        7.60%



    Nursing
      Post Bac
      Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)
      Per Semester (9crs or more)                                                          $5,850.00    $5,850.00
      Per credit                                            $646.00     $1,021.00           $650.00      $650.00     $55.00    $60.00        1.28%
      Post Masters
      Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)
      Per credit                                            $646.00     $1,021.00           $650.00      $650.00     $55.00    $60.00        1.28%

      Master of Nursing (MN)
      Per credit                                            $449.00      $714.00            $483.00      $483.00     $55.00    $60.00        7.74%
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                                                     Attachment 4                                                                        38
                               University of Minnesota 2009-10 Tuition Plan: Tuition Rates

2009-10 Tuition Schedule

                                                            2008-09      2008-09             2009-10      2009-10    2008-09   2009-10
                                                            Semester Rates                   Semester Rates                               % Increase
                                                           Resident Nonresident             Resident Nonresident      U Fee     U Fee      Resident
Twin Cities

    Occupational Therapy
      Per Semester                                                                         $8,275.00    $13,157.00   $550.00   $600.00           na
      Per Credit (OT 7797)                                                                  $537.17       $854.09     $55.00    $60.00           na

    College of Pharmacy (TC & UMD)
      Per Credit                                           $715.66      $1,190.16           $769.33      $1,243.83    $55.00    $60.00        7.61%
      Term (12 or more Credits)                           $8,588.00    $14,282.00          $9,232.00    $14,926.00   $550.00   $600.00        7.59%

    Public Health, School of
      Per Credit (semester)                                 $565.00       $764.00            $607.00      $821.00     $55.00    $60.00        7.58%
      Per Credit (summer))                                  $565.00       $565.00            $607.00      $607.00     $55.00    $60.00        7.58%

    Healthcare Administration Masters
      Per Credit                                            $921.00       $921.00            $990.00      $990.00     $55.00    $60.00        7.58%

         Per Credit (day and 99PRD)                         $565.00       $764.00            $607.00      $821.00     $55.00    $60.00        7.58%



    Veterinary Medicine, College of (Spring and Summer) (Approved 11/9/08 by P.Z. and S. Barduche)
      Per Credit                                           $1,145.23    $2,181.78           $1,230.33    $2,343.88    $55.00    $60.00        7.51%
      Term (9 or more Credits)                            $10,307.00   $19,636.00          $11,073.00   $21,095.00   $550.00   $600.00        7.52%




Duluth

  Undergraduate
    Per Credit                                             $316.54       $393.47            $339.61       $416.53     $55.00    $60.00        7.56%
    13-Credit Band                                        $4,115.00     $5,115.00          $4,415.00     $5,415.00   $550.00   $600.00        7.50%



  Graduate School General Programs: Same as Twin Cities

    Medical School: Same as Twin Cities

    School of Pharmacy: Same as Twin Cities

    Departmental Masters and Post-baccalaureate Certificates
      Per Credit                                             $414.00      $724.00            $444.00      $754.00     $55.00    $60.00        7.46%

    MBA
     (degree and non-degree seeking students)
     Per Credit                                             $830.00       $830.00           $892.00       $892.00     $55.00    $60.00        7.57%
     Rochester MBA                                          $961.00       $961.00          $1,033.00     $1,033.00    $55.00    $60.00        7.58%

Morris

  Undergraduate
    Per Credit                                             $316.54       $316.54            $339.61       $339.61     $55.00    $60.00        7.56%
    13-Credit Band                                        $4,115.00     $4,115.00          $4,415.00     $4,415.00   $550.00   $600.00        7.50%



Crookston

  Undergraduate
    Per Credit                                             $264.92       $264.92            $284.15       $284.15     $55.00    $60.00        7.57%
    13-Credit Band                                        $3,444.00     $3,444.00          $3,694.00     $3,694.00   $550.00   $600.00        7.51%



Rochester (New - Same as Duluth)

  Undergraduate
    Per Credit                                                                              $339.61       $416.53     $55.00    $60.00           na
    13-Credit Band                                                                  103    $4,415.00     $5,415.00   $550.00   $600.00           na
President’s Operating Budget Plan 2009-10                                                                    39


                                             Attachment 5
                                                 2009-10
                             Fringe Benefit Rates by Component


        2007-08 Actual                                             CIVIL                 GRADUATE
                                            ACADEMIC              SERVICE                ASSISTANT
          Retirement                           13.6                  4.07                    ---
     Group Life & Disability                    .38                    ---                   ---
     Workers Compensation                       ---                   .40                    ---
        Unemployment                           .01                    .01                    ---
        Social Security                        5.34                  6.09                   5.40
           Medicare                            1.58                  1.48                   1.37
            Tuition                             .34                  1.38                    **
        Health Insurance                       9.81                 18.93                   12.13
           Vacation                             .54                   .34                    ---
                                              31.60                 32.70                   18.90

        2008-09 Actual                                             CIVIL                 GRADUATE
                                            ACADEMIC              SERVICE                ASSISTANT

          Retirement                          13.26                  4.25                       --
     Group Life & Disability                   .38                      --                      --
     Workers Compensation                      .08                     .77                      --
        Unemployment                           .01                     .01                      --
        Social Security                       4.65                    6.06                    6.03
           Medicare                           1.43                    1.37                    1.41
            Tuition                            .42                    1.66                     **
        Health Insurance                      9.69                   17.77                    14.46
           Vacation                            .48                     .81                      --
                                              30.40                  32.70                    21.90

             2009-10                                               CIVIL                 GRADUATE
          (As Approved)                     ACADEMIC              SERVICE                ASSISTANT

          Retirement                          13.30                   4.97                      --
     Group Life & Disability                    .47                     --                      --
     Workers Compensation                      .10                     .96                      --
        Unemployment                           .07                    .39                       --
        Social Security                        5.31                   6.07                     6.46
           Medicare                            1.53                   1.63                     1.70
            Tuition                            .50                    1.51                      **
        Health Insurance                      10.62                  20.61                    16.84
           Vacation                            .40                     .86                      --
                                              32.30                  37.00                    25.00


                     ** Graduate Student tuition remission is a flat charge per hour that a student works.



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President’s Operating Budget Plan 2009-10                                                                 40


                                             Attachment 6

                         Graduate and Professional Student Fringe Table

                             Tuition Fringe as Dollar per Hour Charge
                                        Fiscal Year 2009-10

                                                 Tuition      Health       Social Security       Total
                                                                             Medicare           % Fringe
              Summer Only
   9571 Summer Quarter TA                           $0.00    16.84%            8.16%             25.00%
   9572 Summer Quarter RA                           $0.00    16.84%            8.16%             25.00%
   9573 Summer Quarter AF                           $0.00    16.84%            8.16%             25.00%
   9574 Summer Quarter TA w/ T. Ben                $33.85    16.84%            8.16%             25.00%
   9575 Summer Session TA w/o T. Ben                $0.00    16.84%            8.16%             25.00%

Academic Year and Summer Quarter
  9511 Teaching Assistant (TA)                     $14.32    16.84%            8.16%             25.00%
  9515 Graduate Instructor                         $14.32    16.84%            8.16%             25.00%
  9517 Ph.D. Cand. Graduate Instructor              $2.29    16.84%            8.16%             25.00%
  9518 Advanced Masters TA                          $2.29    16.84%            8.16%             25.00%
  9519 Ph.D. Cand. w/24 thesis cred. TA             $2.29    16.84%            8.16%             25.00%

   9521 Research Assistant (RA)                    $14.32    16.84%            8.16%             25.00%
   9526 Graduate Research Project Asst.            $14.32    16.84%            8.16%             25.00%
   9527 Ph.D. Cand. Grad Research Asst.             $2.29    16.84%            8.16%             25.00%
   9528 Advanced Masters RA                         $2.29    16.84%            8.16%             25.00%
   9529 Ph.D. Cand. w/24 thesis cred. RA            $2.29    16.84%            8.16%             25.00%

   9531 Administrative Fellow (AF)                 $14.32    16.84%            8.16%             25.00%
   9532 Advanced Masters AF                         $2.29    16.84%            8.16%             25.00%
   9533 Ph.D. Cand. w/24 thesis cred. AF            $2.29    16.84%            8.16%             25.00%

   9535 Professional Program Asst.                  $0.00    16.84%            8.16%             25.00%

   9538 Legal Project Assistant w/T. Ben           $28.51     0.00%            8.16%              8.16%
   9539 Legal Project Assistant w/o T. Ben          $0.00     0.00%            8.16%              8.16%

   9553 Dental Fellow                              $14.32     0.00%            8.16%              8.16%
   9554 Med Fellow, Graduate Program                $7.16     0.00%            8.16%              8.16%
   9559 Med Resident, Graduate Program              $7.16     0.00%            8.16%              8.16%

FICA assessed only if student fails test for exclusion. Graduate students employed at the University will be
exempt from FICA withholding on their University wages, and therefore, their salaries will not be assessed
for the employer’s share of FICA, if they meet the following test:
• Enrolled for at least 6 credits per term if an undergraduate student; or
• Enrolled for at least 3 credits per term if a graduate student (one credit for Ph.D. candidates working on
     a dissertation)

Social Security and Medicare components are 6.46% for FICA and 1.7% for Medicare (8.16% total)




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President’s Operating Budget Plan 2009-10                                                         41


                                            Attachment 7
                           DEFINITIONS OF CURRENT SPONSORED
                               AND NONSPONSORED FUNDS

Current funds can be categorized as either sponsored or nonsponsored.

Sponsored funds consist of grants and contracts administered through the Sponsored Project
Administration (SPA). All sponsored research funds are restricted and are generally subject to
special grant reporting procedures. Restricted funds are subject to legally binding limits and
rules established by the person or organization providing these funds for specific purposes,
programs, departments, or schools.

Within the nonsponsored grouping, funds can be classified as unrestricted or restricted.
Unrestricted current funds include all funds over which the University retains full control to direct
their use in achieving its institutional purposes. Most current nonsponsored funds are
unrestricted; exceptions include State Specials and Other Restricted funds. Externally restricted
funds may be used only in accordance with the purposes established by the source of such funds.


                               CURRENT NONSPONSORED FUNDS

CENTRALLY DISTRIBUTED AND ATTRIBUTED

Operations and Maintenance: Operations and maintenance funds consist primarily of the
general appropriation from the State of Minnesota plus tuition and University fee revenues.
Other sources contributing to the fund include Enterprise Assessment fees and a transfer of funds
from the central reserves fund

State Specials: State Specials funds consist of restricted-purpose appropriations from the State.
The University receives State Special allocations in six categories: 1) Agriculture, 2) Health
Sciences, 3) Technology, 4) Tobacco, 5) MN Care, and 6) System Specials and miscellaneous,
including support for Student Loan Matching Program, Industrial Relations Education, Natural
Resources Research Institute, Center for Urban and Regional Affairs, the Bell Museum of Natural
History, and the Humphrey Exhibit

Indirect Cost Recoveries: Indirect Cost Recovery funds consist of partial reimbursements to the
University for the indirect costs of research based on a percentage of sponsored grant and contract
direct costs. Indirect costs of research are those expenses (often referred to as overhead) that
cannot be readily and exclusively attributed to a specific research grant or contract. Components
of the indirect cost rate include departmental administration, sponsored projects general
administration, building and equipment depreciation, operations and maintenance, and libraries.

Central Reserves: Central Reserve funds consist of non-dedicated investment earnings and
unrestricted proceeds from University property and settlements. This fund is a true central
reserve fund and operates as a contingency funding source, i.e., no recurring funding activity
occurs in this fund.




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President’s Operating Budget Plan 2009-10                                                          42

SELF-SUSTAINING

Auxiliary Enterprises: The University operates a number of self-sustaining operations called
auxiliary enterprises. Their primary mission is to provide goods and/or services to individuals
within the University including students, faculty, and staff. Residence halls, student unions,
bookstores, parking and transit, health services, and intercollegiate athletics are the University’s
primary auxiliary enterprises. Auxiliary enterprises operate as freestanding entities, responsible
for covering all of their operating costs with fees charged.

Internal Service Activities: Internal Service Activities are institutional services established for
reasons of convenience, cost, or control. Their primary mission is to provide goods and/or
services to other University departments. Examples of major internal service activities include
Networking and Telecommunications Services, University Stores, and Printing and Graphic Arts.

Other Unrestricted Accounts including Central Pools: The resources in these funds are
primarily miscellaneous external sales and services. The central fringe benefit recovery pools are
also included in this classification.

Other Restricted Accounts: Nonsponsored restricted funds consist of funds from business and
industry, foundations including the University of Minnesota Foundation and Minnesota Medical
Foundation, federal and state work-study, SEOG and PELL grants, private practice, and restricted
funds from federal, state, and local government agencies, individuals and others.

                                  CURRENT SPONSORED FUNDS

Federal Research: These funds are composed of expendable research grants, appropriations, and
contracts received from the federal government.

Other Sponsored Research: Other sponsored research funds include grants, appropriations, and
contracts from non-federal sources including state and local government and private sources.




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                                                                 Attachment 8
                                 University of Minnesota - 2009 - 10 Tuition Plan: Course Fees - Per Semester

                                                                                                                                                 2009         2010         Percent
      Campus/College   Class Name                                                                       Fee Purpose                 Type         Amount       Amount       Change
      Crookston        ANSC 1004 Intro to Animal Sci                                                    Transportation/field trip   Flat            $10.00        $15.00      50.00 %
      Crookston        ANSC 3203 Animal Anat/Physiol                                                    Consumable materials        Flat            $25.00        $25.00       0.00 %
      Crookston        ANSC 3304 Reprod/AI/Lactation                                                    Consumable materials        Flat           New Fee        $25.00      New Fee
      Crookston        ART 1352 Art Design & Tech                                                       Consumable materials        Flat            $65.00        $65.00       0.00 %
      Crookston        ART 2000 Elementary Art                                                          Consumable materials        Flat            $60.00        $60.00       0.00 %
      Crookston        ASM 1034 Facility Maintenance/Safety                                             Consumable materials        Flat            $25.00        $25.00       0.00 %
      Crookston        ASM 2043 Welding/Manufacturing Proc                                              Consumable materials        Flat            $30.00        $30.00       0.00 %
      Crookston        BIOL 1009 General Biology                                                        Consumable materials        Flat            $20.00        $20.00       0.00 %
      Crookston        BIOL 2012 Zoology, 2022 Botony, 2032 Micro, 2103 & 2104 anatomy I & II           Consumable materials        Flat            $30.00        $30.00       0.00 %
      Crookston        BIOL 3022 Prin of Genetics, 3027 Cell Bio, 3131 Plant phy, 3140 Histology        Consumable materials        Flat            $40.00        $40.00       0.00 %
      Crookston        BIOL 3464 Mammalogy                                                              Consumable materials        Flat            $78.00        $78.00       0.00 %
      Crookston        BIOL 3466 Ornithology                                                            Consumable materials        Flat            $43.00        $43.00       0.00 %
      Crookston        BIOL 3720 Plant Form/Func, 3722 Limnology, 3822 Molecular bio                    Consumable materials        Flat            $40.00        $40.00       0.00 %
      Crookston        Various courses - On-Line Course Fee                                             Demand for service          Per Credit      $30.00        $30.00       0.00 %
      Crookston        Various courses - Tutoring/Testing Fee                                           Demand for service          Flat           New Fee       $168.00      New Fee
      Crookston        CA 2190 Topics in Computer Applicatns                                            Consumable materials        Per Credit      $75.00        $75.00       0.00 %
      Crookston        CHEM 1001 Intro, CHEM prin 1021,1022, Biochem1401                                Consumable materials        Flat            $20.00        $20.00       0.00 %
      Crookston        CHEM 2310, 2311- Elem Organic Chem Lab I & II                                    Consumable materials        Flat            $30.00        $30.00       0.00 %
      Crookston        CHEM 3022 Analytical Chem/Spectroscopy                                           Consumable materials        Flat           New Fee        $35.00      New Fee
      Crookston        ECE 3410 Lrning Envirn Infants/Toddler                                           Consumable materials        Flat            $35.00        $35.00       0.00 %
      Crookston        ECE 4700, 4702- Dev Approp Preprimary Educ I & II                                Consumable materials        Flat            $17.50        $17.50       0.00 %
      Crookston        ED 3000 Practicum: Cultural Immersion                                            Transportation/field trip   Flat           New Fee        $75.00      New Fee
      Crookston        EQSC 3403 Equine Exercise Physiology                                             Transportation/field trip   Flat           New Fee        $40.00      New Fee
      Crookston        GEOL 1001 Introductory Geology                                                   Consumable materials        Flat            $20.00        $20.00       0.00 %
      Crookston        HLTH 1062 First Aid/CPR                                                          Demand for service          Flat             $6.00         $6.00       0.00 %
      Crookston        HORT 1021 Woody Plant Matrls                                                     Transportation/field trip   Flat            $30.00        $30.00       0.00 %
      Crookston        HORT 1092 Floral Design                                                          Consumable materials        Flat            $30.00        $30.00       0.00 %




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      Crookston        HORT 1093 Adv Floral Dsgn/Floral Oper                                            Consumable materials        Flat            $35.00        $35.00       0.00 %
      Crookston        HORT 3036 Plant Propagation                                                      Consumable materials        Flat            $20.00        $20.00       0.00 %
      Crookston        HRI 1111 Intro to Food                                                           Consumable materials        Flat            $25.00        $25.00       0.00 %
      Crookston        MUS 1041, 3041 Priv Music Instr                                                  Demand for service          Flat            $25.00        $25.00       0.00 %
      Crookston        NATR 1244 Elements of Forestry                                                   Consumable materials        Flat            $35.00        $35.00       0.00 %
      Crookston        NATR 1663 Prin of Fish Mgmt & NATR 2573 Ento                                     Consumable materials        Flat            $32.00        $32.00       0.00 %
      Crookston        NATR 3203 Park/Rec Mgmt                                                          Transportation/field trip   Flat            $18.00        $18.00       0.00 %
      Crookston        NATR 3374 Ecology                                                                Consumable materials        Flat            $12.00        $12.00       0.00 %
      Crookston        NATR 3464 Mammalogy                                                              Consumable materials        Flat            $78.00        $78.00       0.00 %
      Crookston        NATR 3466 Ornithology                                                            Consumable materials        Flat            $43.00        $43.00       0.00 %
      Crookston        NATR 3654 Wildlife Ecol/Mgmt                                                     Consumable materials        Flat            $24.00        $24.00       0.00 %
      Crookston        PHYS 1012, 1101, 1102 Intro Physics, I, II                                       Consumable materials        Flat            $20.00        $20.00       0.00 %
      Crookston        PIM 2573 Entomology                                                              Consumable materials        Flat            $32.00        $32.00       0.00 %

      Duluth           MED 6505 Applied Anatomy                                                         Consumable materials        Flat           New Fee        $40.00      New Fee
      Duluth           MED 6566 Cardiovasc Syst                                                         Consumable materials        Flat           New Fee        $25.00      New Fee
      Duluth           MED 6728 Respir Syst                                                             Consumable materials        Flat           New Fee        $25.00      New Fee

      Duluth           Various courses - CEHSP Background Check Course Fee                              Demand for service          Flat           New Fee        $33.00     New Fee
      Duluth           Various courses - PE Rock Climbing Course Fee                                    Demand for service          Flat           New Fee        $60.00     New Fee
      Duluth           Various courses - PE Kayaking Course Fee                                         Demand for service          Flat           New Fee        $70.00     New Fee
      Duluth           Various courses - Chemistry/Biochemistry Lab Fee                                 Consumable materials        Flat           New Fee        $55.00     New Fee
      Duluth           Various courses - Biology lab fee                                                Consumable materials        Flat           New Fee        $82.50     New Fee
      Duluth           Various courses - Computer Full Lab Access Fee                                   Demand for service          Flat             $68.13       $70.17       2.99 %
      Duluth           Various courses - Applied Music Lesson fee-non-music majors                      Demand for service          Flat            $242.00      $300.00      23.97 %
      Duluth           Various courses - Applied Music-flat fee for music majors                        Demand for service          Flat             $63.00      $190.00     201.59 %
      Duluth           Various courses - Applied Music Lesson fee- music majors-additional per credit   Demand for service          Per Credit       $55.00       $55.00       0.00 %
      Duluth           Various courses - Use of locker room/towel fee                                   Demand for service          Flat              $7.88        $8.12       3.05 %
      Duluth           Various courses - Computer Network Access Fee                                    Demand for service          Per Credit        $5.56        $5.73       3.06 %
      Duluth           Various courses - CITS Email Access Fee                                          Demand for service          Flat              $5.56        $5.73       3.06 %
      Duluth           Various courses - Recreation Course Fee                                          Demand for service          Flat             $37.93       $39.07       3.01 %
                                                                 Attachment 8
                                 University of Minnesota - 2009 - 10 Tuition Plan: Course Fees - Per Semester

                                                                                                                                2009         2010         Percent
      Campus/College   Class Name                                                             Fee Purpose                Type   Amount       Amount       Change
      Duluth           CC 3117 Functional Anatomy, Sport Inj                                 Consumable materials        Flat       $15.45       $15.91      2.98 %
      Duluth           COMM 2929 Intercultural Comm                                          Transportation/field trip   Flat       $80.00       $80.00      0.00 %
      Duluth           ENED 3310 Outdoor Leadership Field Exper                              Demand for service          Flat      $265.23      $273.19      3.00 %
      Duluth           ENED 3331 Org Environment Educ Centers                                Demand for service          Flat       $25.75       $26.52      2.99 %
      Duluth           ENED 4163 Outdoor Education Methods                                   Demand for service          Flat       $75.35       $77.61      3.00 %
      Duluth           ENED 4410 Ropes Course Management                                     Demand for service          Flat      $173.85      $179.07      3.00 %
      Duluth           ENED 4601 Wilderness Philosophy                                       Transportation/field trip   Flat       $15.92       $16.40      3.02 %
      Duluth           ENED 5163 Outdoor Education Methods                                   Transportation/field trip   Flat       $75.35       $77.61      3.00 %
      Duluth           ENED 5343 Adv Field Interpretive Tech                                 Transportation/field trip   Flat      $327.82      $337.65      3.00 %
      Duluth           ENED 5495 EnEd Special Topics:                                        Transportation/field trip   Flat      $350.00      $360.50      3.00 %
      Duluth           FORS 3006 Hist 3235, History and Soccer                               Demand for service          Flat     New Fee        $50.00     New Fee
      Duluth           FORS 4000 Northern Ireland: Cultural Exp                              Demand for service          Flat     New Fee        $50.00     New Fee
      Duluth           FST 1105 Study in England Program                                     Demand for service          Flat     New Fee        $50.00     New Fee
      Duluth           FST 1115 Exchange Program Scandinavia                                 Demand for service          Flat     New Fee        $50.00     New Fee
      Duluth           FST 1135 UMD Exch in Western Australia                                Demand for service          Flat     New Fee        $50.00     New Fee
      Duluth           FST 1140 UMD Study in New Zealand                                     Demand for service          Flat     New Fee        $50.00     New Fee
      Duluth           FST 1145 UMD Exchange Program in Engl                                 Demand for service          Flat     New Fee        $50.00     New Fee
      Duluth           FST 1399 Chinese Language in China                                    Demand for service          Flat     New Fee        $50.00     New Fee
      Duluth           FST 3040 Ger 3040, Culture of Germany                                 Demand for service          Flat     New Fee        $50.00     New Fee
      Duluth           FST 3098 Span 3048, Span Cult Abroad IV                               Demand for service          Flat     New Fee        $50.00     New Fee
      Duluth           FST 3160 Study in Greece                                              Demand for service          Flat     New Fee        $50.00     New Fee
      Duluth           FST 3236 Icelandic Geol, New Society                                  Demand for service          Flat     New Fee        $50.00     New Fee
      Duluth           FST 3574 WS3896 Intensive Fldwk Mexico                                Demand for service          Flat     New Fee        $50.00     New Fee
      Duluth           FST 3894 Study in Spain: Lang, Culture                                Demand for service          Flat     New Fee        $50.00     New Fee
      Duluth           FST 4006 Comm 4949, Intercul Comm Pract                               Demand for service          Flat     New Fee        $50.00     New Fee
      Duluth           FST 4168 Biol 4503, General Microbiol                                 Demand for service          Flat     New Fee        $50.00     New Fee
      Duluth           FST 4225 IntB 4495, Chin Business, Econ                               Demand for service          Flat     New Fee        $50.00     New Fee




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      Duluth           FST 4243 EDUC 4993 Teaching in Korea                                  Demand for service          Flat     New Fee        $50.00     New Fee
      Duluth           FST 5082 CSD 5195 T: China Conf                                       Demand for service          Flat     New Fee        $50.00     New Fee
      Duluth           GEOG 4451 Geography of Soils                                          Transportation/field trip   Flat       $85.00       $87.55      3.00 %
      Duluth           GEOG 5612 Field Techniques                                            Transportation/field trip   Flat      $160.00      $164.80      3.00 %
      Duluth           GEOL 1045 Fr. Sem: MN's Geologic History                              Transportation/field trip   Flat       $61.80       $63.65      2.99 %
      Duluth           GEOL 2110 Earth History                                               Transportation/field trip   Flat       $26.53       $27.33      3.02 %
      Duluth           GEOL 2311 Mineralogy                                                  Transportation/field trip   Flat       $42.44       $43.71      2.99 %
      Duluth           GEOL 2312 Petrology                                                   Transportation/field trip   Flat       $42.44       $43.71      2.99 %
      Duluth           GEOL 3210 Geomorphology                                               Transportation/field trip   Flat       $20.00       $20.60      3.00 %
      Duluth           GEOL 3420 Sedimentology and Stratigraphy                              Transportation/field trip   Flat       $58.35       $60.10      3.00 %
      Duluth           GEOL 3540 Geologic Field Methods                                      Transportation/field trip   Flat       $31.83       $32.78      2.98 %
      Duluth           GEOL 4350 Economic Geology                                            Transportation/field trip   Flat      $106.09      $109.27      3.00 %
      Duluth           GEOL 4450 Structural Geology                                          Transportation/field trip   Flat       $42.44       $43.71      2.99 %
      Duluth           GEOL 5260 Fluvial Geomorphology                                       Transportation/field trip   Flat       $30.00       $30.90      3.00 %
      Duluth           GEOL 5450 Advanced Structure                                          Transportation/field trip   Flat       $31.83       $32.78      2.98 %
      Duluth           LIM 5004 Field Limnology                                              Transportation/field trip   Flat     New Fee        $55.00     New Fee
      Duluth           MU 8302 Grad Sec Instr                                                Demand for service          Flat      $242.00      $300.00     23.97 %
      Duluth           PE 1414 Bowling                                                       Demand for service          Flat       $54.08       $55.70      3.00 %
      Duluth           PE 1500 Cross-Country Ski                                             Demand for service          Flat       $39.40       $40.58      2.99 %
      Duluth           PE 1502 Alpine Ski                                                    Demand for service          Flat       $97.65      $100.58      3.00 %
      Duluth           PE 1506 Sailing                                                       Demand for service          Flat       $78.69       $81.05      3.00 %
      Duluth           PE 1508 Flat Canoe                                                    Demand for service          Flat       $24.59       $25.33      3.01 %
      Duluth           PEP 3520 Alpine Ski Instr                                             Demand for service          Flat       $97.65      $100.58      3.00 %
      Duluth           REC 2300 Rec Prog                                                     Consumable materials        Flat       $15.92       $16.40      3.02 %
      Duluth           SOC 3841 Urban Justice Tour                                           Transportation/field trip   Flat      $400.00      $400.00      0.00 %
      Duluth           SPED 4204 Assess Children Disabilities                                Demand for service          Flat       $28.14       $28.98      2.99 %
      Duluth           SPED 5204 Assess Children Disabilities                                Demand for service          Flat       $28.14       $28.98      2.99 %

      Morris           ARTS 1039, 1040- Ceramics I & II, 1500- Beg. Photography              Consumable materials        Flat      $55.00        $55.00       0.00 %
      Morris           ARTS 3014 Media Studies: Fabric as Form                               Consumable materials        Flat     New Fee        $55.00      New Fee
      Morris           BIOL 1071 Plants of Minnesota                                         Transportation/field trip   Flat     New Fee        $20.00      New Fee
                                                                         Attachment 8
                                         University of Minnesota - 2009 - 10 Tuition Plan: Course Fees - Per Semester

                                                                                                                                               2009         2010         Percent
      Campus/College           Class Name                                                             Fee Purpose                 Type         Amount       Amount       Change
      Morris                   Various courses - Studio Art Materials Fee                             Consumable materials        Flat           New Fee        $75.00     New Fee
      Morris                   Various courses - Private Music Lesson Fee                             Demand for service          Flat            $350.00      $350.00       0.00 %
      Morris                   Various courses - Studio Art Materials Fee                             Consumable materials        Flat             $15.00       $15.00       0.00 %
      Morris                   Various courses - Studio Art Materials Fee                             Consumable materials        Flat             $25.00       $25.00       0.00 %
      Morris                   Various courses - Studio Art Materials Fee                             Consumable materials        Per Credit       $30.00       $25.00     -16.67 %
      Morris                   Various courses - Studio Art Materials Fee                             Consumable materials        Flat             $40.00       $40.00       0.00 %
      Morris                   Various courses - Studio Art Materials Fee                             Consumable materials        Flat             $55.00       $55.00       0.00 %
      Morris                   ELED 4112 Prac IV: Exp Elem School                                     Transportation/field trip   Flat            $300.00      $350.00      16.67 %
      Morris                   GEOL 2301 Geology of Minnesota                                         Consumable materials        Flat             $30.00       $30.00       0.00 %
      Morris                   MUS 1300 UMM Symphonic Winds                                           Transportation/field trip   Flat             $60.00       $75.00      25.00 %
      Morris                   MUS 1320 Concert Choir                                                 Transportation/field trip   Flat             $50.00       $60.00      20.00 %

      Rochester                Various courses - BSHS Chemistry Course Fee                            Consumable materials        Flat           New Fee        $80.00      New Fee
      Rochester                Various courses - BSHS Biology Course Fee                              Consumable materials        Flat           New Fee        $60.00      New Fee

      Twin Cities
      Academic Health Center   CSPH 3201 Mindfulness/Stress Reduction                                 Consumable materials        Flat             $50.00       $50.00       0.00 %
      Academic Health Center   CSPH 5111 Ways of Thinking about Health                                Transportation/field trip   Flat          $2,000.00    $2,200.00      10.00 %
      Academic Health Center   CSPH 5331 Shamanism & Shamanic Healing                                 Demand for service          Flat            $150.00     $200.00       33.33 %
      Academic Health Center   CSPH 5405 Plants in Human Affairs                                      Transportation/field trip   Flat          $2,200.00    $2,200.00       0.00 %
      Academic Health Center   CSPH 5522 Therapeutic Horticulture                                     Consumable materials        Flat             $35.00       $35.00       0.00 %
      Academic Health Center   CSPH 5523 Appl Therapeutic Horticulture                                Consumable materials        Flat             $35.00       $60.00      71.43 %
      Academic Health Center   CSPH 5701 Health Coaching I, 5703 Coach Practicum, 5705 Internship     Demand for service          Flat           New Fee      $300.00      New Fee
      Academic Health Center   CSPH 5702 Health Coaching II                                           Demand for service          Flat            $600.00     $300.00      -50.00 %

      College of Design        ARCH 1281 Design Fundamentals I                                       Demand for service           Flat             $50.00      $100.00     100.00 %
      College of Design        ARCH 1701 Designed Env                                                Demand for service           Flat           New Fee       $100.00     New Fee




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      College of Design        ARCH 2281 Design Funda II, 3250 Design Workshop                       Consumable materials         Flat             $50.00       $50.00       0.00 %
      College of Design        ARCH 2301 Intro Arch Drawing                                          Consumable materials         Flat             $20.00       $20.00       0.00 %
      College of Design        ARCH 3351 AutoCAD I, 3381 Intro AutoCAD, 3611 Design in Digital age   Demand for service           Flat            $100.00      $100.00       0.00 %
      College of Design        ARCH 3711V H: Env Design Soc-Cltrl Cntxt                              Transportation/field trip    Flat           New Fee        $25.00     New Fee
      College of Design        ARCH 3711W Env Design Soc-Cltrl Cntxt                                 Transportation/field trip    Flat           New Fee        $25.00     New Fee
      College of Design        ARCH 4321 Arch in Watercolor                                          Consumable materials         Flat             $30.00       $30.00       0.00 %
      College of Design        ARCH 4361 3D Arch Mdlg/Dsgn                                           Demand for service           Flat           New Fee       $100.00     New Fee
      College of Design        ARCH 4434 Contemporary Arch                                           Transportation/field trip    Flat           New Fee        $25.00     New Fee
      College of Design        ARCH 4511 Materials and Methods I                                     Transportation/field trip    Flat             $30.00       $30.00       0.00 %
      College of Design        ARCH 4671 Hist Prsvts, 4672 Hist Bldg Consrvtn                        Transportation/field trip    Flat           New Fee        $25.00     New Fee
      College of Design        ARCH 5101 Architectural Design Studies                                Transportation/field trip    Flat          $4,942.00      $150.00     -96.96 %
      College of Design        ARCH 5321 Arch in Watercolor                                          Consumable materials         Flat             $30.00       $30.00       0.00 %
      College of Design        ARCH 5361 3D Arch Mdlg/Dsgn, 5381 Intro CAAD, 5382 CAAD               Demand for service           Flat            $100.00      $100.00       0.00 %
      College of Design        ARCH 5434 Contemporary Arch                                           Transportation/field trip    Flat           New Fee        $25.00     New Fee
      College of Design        ARCH 5515 Tech One: Matrls. & Constr.                                 Transportation/field trip    Flat           New Fee        $25.00     New Fee
      College of Design        ARCH 5516 Tech Two: Lumin Therm Des                                   Transportation/field trip    Flat           New Fee        $25.00     New Fee
      College of Design        ARCH 5517 Tech Three: Strct Sys                                       Transportation/field trip    Flat           New Fee        $25.00     New Fee
      College of Design        ARCH 5671 Hist Prsvtn                                                 Transportation/field trip    Flat           New Fee        $25.00     New Fee
      College of Design        ARCH 5672 Hist Bldg Consrvtn                                          Transportation/field trip    Flat           New Fee        $25.00     New Fee
      College of Design        Various courses - Blanket fee for Clothing Studios                    Consumable materials         Flat             $25.00       $25.00       0.00 %
      College of Design        Various courses - Blanket fee for Arch 1701 & 1701 Honors             Transportation/field trip    Flat             $15.00       $15.00       0.00 %
      College of Design        Various courses - Fee for Arch 4432/5432 Modern Architecture          Transportation/field trip    Flat             $25.00       $25.00       0.00 %
      College of Design        DHA 1221 Clothing Assembly                                            Consumable materials         Flat             $40.00       $40.00       0.00 %
      College of Design        DHA 1311 Fnd I: Dwg & Dsgn                                            Consumable materials         Flat             $25.00       $15.00     -40.00 %
      College of Design        DHA 2213 Textile Analysis                                             Consumable materials         Flat             $20.00       $20.00       0.00 %
      College of Design        DHA 2214 Softlines Analysis                                           Consumable materials         Flat             $15.00       $15.00       0.00 %
      College of Design        DHA 2311 Draw & Illust                                                Consumable materials         Flat             $25.00       $15.00     -40.00 %
      College of Design        DHA 2345 Type Dsgn                                                    Consumable materials         Flat             $25.00       $15.00     -40.00 %
      College of Design        DHA 2351 Graphic Design I                                             Consumable materials         Flat             $70.00       $70.00       0.00 %
      College of Design        DHA 2604 ID Studio IV                                                 Consumable materials         Flat             $10.00       $40.00     300.00 %
      College of Design        DHA 3170 Special Topics                                               Transportation/field trip    Flat           New Fee        $20.00     New Fee
                                                                                 Attachment 8
                                                 University of Minnesota - 2009 - 10 Tuition Plan: Course Fees - Per Semester

                                                                                                                                                   2009         2010         Percent
      Campus/College                   Class Name                                                               Fee Purpose                 Type   Amount       Amount       Change
      College of Design                DHA 3217 Fash Trends/Visual                                              Consumable materials        Flat       $10.00       $10.00       0.00 %
      College of Design                DHA 3312 Color and Form                                                  Consumable materials        Flat       $65.00       $75.00      15.38 %
      College of Design                DHA 3605 ID Studio V                                                     Consumable materials        Flat       $10.00       $40.00     300.00 %
      College of Design                DHA 4215 Product Development                                             Consumable materials        Flat       $30.00       $30.00       0.00 %
      College of Design                DHA 4247 Advanced Buying                                                 Transportation/field trip   Flat     New Fee        $20.00     New Fee
      College of Design                DHA 4330 Surface Fabric                                                  Consumable materials        Flat       $65.00       $75.00      15.38 %
      College of Design                DHA 4340 Fiber Dsgn Workshop                                             Consumable materials        Flat       $40.00       $40.00       0.00 %
      College of Design                DHA 4345 Adv Type                                                        Consumable materials        Flat     New Fee        $15.00     New Fee
      College of Design                DHA 4351 Photography                                                     Consumable materials        Flat       $40.00       $40.00       0.00 %
      College of Design                DHA 4352 Bookmaking                                                      Consumable materials        Flat       $20.00       $20.00       0.00 %
      College of Design                DHA 5467W Hsg & Social Env                                               Transportation/field trip   Flat     New Fee         $8.00     New Fee
      College of Design                LA 1401 Designed Env                                                     Consumable materials        Flat     New Fee        $50.00     New Fee
      College of Design                LA 2301 Advanced Representation                                          Consumable materials        Flat     New Fee        $50.00     New Fee
      College of Design                LA 2302 Computer Rep for Envirn Design                                   Consumable materials        Flat     New Fee        $50.00     New Fee
      College of Design                LA 3002 Informants of Creating Space                                     Transportation/field trip   Flat     New Fee        $20.00     New Fee
      College of Design                LA 3003 Case Studies Sust Plan&Design                                    Consumable materials        Flat     New Fee        $50.00     New Fee
      College of Design                LA 3204 Landscape Ecology                                                Consumable materials        Flat     New Fee        $50.00     New Fee
      College of Design                LA 3413 Intro LA History                                                 Consumable materials        Flat     New Fee        $50.00     New Fee
      College of Design                LA 3501 Env Des: Biol/Phys Context                                       Consumable materials        Flat      $100.00       $50.00     -50.00 %
      College of Design                LA 3514 Making the Mississippi                                           Consumable materials        Flat     New Fee        $30.00     New Fee
      College of Design                LA 4001 Sust LA Design & Plan Practice                                   Consumable materials        Flat     New Fee        $30.00     New Fee
      College of Design                LA 4712 Infastructure&Natural Systems                                    Consumable materials        Flat     New Fee        $30.00     New Fee
      College of Design                LA 5202 Landscape Analysis Workshop                                      Transportation/field trip   Flat      $425.00      $575.00      35.29 %
      College of Design                LA 5203 Ecological Design                                                Transportation/field trip   Flat      $120.00      $120.00       0.00 %
      College of Design                LA 5204 Landscape Ecology                                                Consumable materials        Flat     New Fee        $50.00     New Fee
      College of Design                LA 5371 Comp Methods I                                                   Consumable materials        Flat     New Fee        $50.00     New Fee
      College of Design                LA 5372 Comp Methods II                                                  Consumable materials        Flat      $100.00       $50.00     -50.00 %




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      College of Design                LA 5413 Intro LA History                                                 Consumable materials        Flat     New Fee        $50.00     New Fee
      College of Design                LA 8203 Make Regl Lands Space                                            Transportation/field trip   Flat      $120.00      $300.00     150.00 %
      College of Design                LA 8205 Urban Form Options                                               Transportation/field trip   Flat      $120.00      $150.00      25.00 %
      College of Design                LA 8302 Prof Prac                                                        Consumable materials        Flat     New Fee        $50.00     New Fee
      College of Design                LA 8574 Storm Water Mngmt                                                Consumable materials        Flat      $100.00      $100.00       0.00 %

      College of Biological Sciences   BIOL 1020 Biology Colloquium                                             Transportation/field trip   Flat        $5.00        $5.00       0.00 %
      College of Biological Sciences   BIOL 1805 Nature of Life                                                 Transportation/field trip   Flat      $250.00      $250.00       0.00 %
      College of Biological Sciences   BIOL 2002 Foundations of Biology I                                       Transportation/field trip   Flat        $6.00        $6.00       0.00 %
      College of Biological Sciences   BIOL 2002 Fdn of Biology I, BIOL 2002H Fdn Bio 1, BIOL 2003 Fdn Bio II   Demand for service          Flat       $25.00       $25.00       0.00 %
      College of Biological Sciences   Various courses - CBS Lab Consumables Fee                                Consumable materials        Flat       $82.50       $87.25       5.76 %
      College of Biological Sciences   Various courses - CBS Recreation Fee                                     Demand for service          Flat        $8.25        $8.25       0.00 %
      College of Biological Sciences   GCD 6103 Human Histology                                                 Demand for service          Flat       $50.00       $50.00       0.00 %
      College of Biological Sciences   PBIO 4321 Minnesota Flora                                                Transportation/field trip   Flat       $15.50       $15.50       0.00 %
      College of Biological Sciences   PBIO 4511 Flowering Plant Diversity                                      Transportation/field trip   Flat       $23.50       $23.50       0.00 %

      College of Ed/Human Dev          Various courses - CEHD PPG Partnerships                                  Demand for service          Flat     New Fee        $40.00     New Fee
      College of Ed/Human Dev          Various courses - CEHD PPG Partnerships                                  Demand for service          Flat     New Fee        $50.00     New Fee
      College of Ed/Human Dev          EPSY 5614 Fndns-SpEd II                                                  Consumable materials        Flat     New Fee        $10.00     New Fee
      College of Ed/Human Dev          EPSY 8403 Soc/CultCont:CounSk                                            Consumable materials        Flat      $45.00        $45.00       0.00 %
      College of Ed/Human Dev          EPSY 8405 CareerDev:Thry,Skills,Cnseling                                 Demand for service          Flat      $42.00        $42.00       0.00 %
      College of Ed/Human Dev          EPSY 8413 Personality Assess                                             Demand for service          Flat      $65.00        $60.00      -7.69 %
      College of Ed/Human Dev          EPSY 8503 Couns Prac I, EPSY 8504 Couns Prac II                          Consumable materials        Flat       $4.00         $4.00       0.00 %
      College of Ed/Human Dev          KIN 3027 Human Anatomy for Kin Students                                  Demand for service          Flat      $30.00        $30.00       0.00 %
      College of Ed/Human Dev          KIN 3112 Introduction to Biomechanics                                    Consumable materials        Flat      $25.00        $35.00     40.00 %
      College of Ed/Human Dev          KIN 3327 Tchng PE Elem Sch                                               Consumable materials        Flat      $10.00        $10.00       0.00 %
      College of Ed/Human Dev          KIN 3385 Human Physiology                                                Consumable materials        Flat      $20.00        $30.00     50.00 %
      College of Ed/Human Dev          KIN 4385 Exercise Physiology                                             Demand for service          Flat      $80.00       $110.00     37.50 %
      College of Ed/Human Dev          KIN 4981 Understanding Kin Research                                      Consumable materials        Flat     New Fee        $50.00     New Fee
      College of Ed/Human Dev          KIN 5435 Exercise Science Laboratory                                     Consumable materials        Flat      $50.00        $50.00       0.00 %
      College of Ed/Human Dev          KIN 5485 Advanced Exercise Testing                                       Consumable materials        Flat     New Fee        $60.00     New Fee
                                                                          Attachment 8
                                          University of Minnesota - 2009 - 10 Tuition Plan: Course Fees - Per Semester

                                                                                                                                                           2009         2010         Percent
      Campus/College            Class Name                                                                        Fee Purpose                 Type         Amount       Amount       Change
      College of Ed/Human Dev   KIN 6596 Clinical Exp I: Phys Ed, KIN 6597 Exp II, KIN 6598 Exp III               Consumable materials        Flat              $7.50        $8.00       6.67 %
      College of Ed/Human Dev   PE 1004 Diving, PE1007 Beg Swim                                                   Demand for service          Flat             $25.00       $18.00     -28.00 %
      College of Ed/Human Dev   PE 1012 Beginning Running                                                         Demand for service          Flat           New Fee        $35.00     New Fee
      College of Ed/Human Dev   PE 1014 Cond.                                                                     Consumable materials        Flat              $5.00        $2.00     -60.00 %
      College of Ed/Human Dev   PE 1014 Cond.                                                                     Demand for service          Flat             $50.00       $50.00       0.00 %
      College of Ed/Human Dev   PE 1022 Whitewater Kayaking                                                       Transportation/field trip   Flat            $100.00      $100.00       0.00 %
      College of Ed/Human Dev   PE 1029 Handball                                                                  Consumable materials        Flat             $35.00       $35.00       0.00 %
      College of Ed/Human Dev   PE 1031 Sabre Fencing                                                             Consumable materials        Flat           New Fee         $2.00     New Fee
      College of Ed/Human Dev   PE 1032 Badminton                                                                 Demand for service          Flat              $5.00        $5.00       0.00 %
      College of Ed/Human Dev   PE 1033 Foil Fencing                                                              Demand for service          Flat              $5.00        $2.00     -60.00 %
      College of Ed/Human Dev   PE 1034 Judo                                                                      Consumable materials        Flat           New Fee        $35.00     New Fee
      College of Ed/Human Dev   PE 1035 Karate                                                                    Consumable materials        Flat             $35.00       $35.00       0.00 %
      College of Ed/Human Dev   PE 1036 RacB                                                                      Consumable materials        Flat             $10.00       $10.00       0.00 %
      College of Ed/Human Dev   PE 1036 RacB                                                                      Demand for service          Flat              $5.00        $5.00       0.00 %
      College of Ed/Human Dev   PE 1037 Sq Rac                                                                    Demand for service          Flat             $10.00       $10.00       0.00 %
      College of Ed/Human Dev   PE 1037 Sq Rac                                                                    Consumable materials        Flat             $10.00       $10.00       0.00 %
      College of Ed/Human Dev   PE 1038 Beg Tn                                                                    Demand for service          Flat              $5.00        $4.00     -20.00 %
      College of Ed/Human Dev   PE 1042 Orienteering                                                              Demand for service          Flat             $10.00        $5.00     -50.00 %
      College of Ed/Human Dev   PE 1043 Begin Horse Riding                                                        Consumable materials        Flat            $125.00      $125.00       0.00 %
      College of Ed/Human Dev   PE 1045 Rock Climbing                                                             Consumable materials        Flat             $25.00       $25.00       0.00 %
      College of Ed/Human Dev   PE 1046 Tae Kwon Do                                                               Consumable materials        Flat           New Fee        $35.00     New Fee
      College of Ed/Human Dev   PE 1047 Backpacking                                                               Consumable materials        Flat           New Fee        $50.00     New Fee
      College of Ed/Human Dev   PE 1047 Backpacking                                                               Transportation/field trip   Flat             $40.00       $40.00       0.00 %
      College of Ed/Human Dev   PE 1048 Bowling                                                                   Consumable materials        Flat             $50.00       $50.00       0.00 %
      College of Ed/Human Dev   PE 1055 Golf                                                                      Demand for service          Flat             $10.00        $8.00     -20.00 %
      College of Ed/Human Dev   PE 1057 Beginning Skiing, PE 1058 Snowboarding                                    Demand for service          Flat            $110.00      $110.00       0.00 %
                                PE 1059-Track/Field, PE 1067-Basketball, PE 1071-Cricket, PE 1072 Soccer , 1074




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      College of Ed/Human Dev   Volleyball                                                                        Demand for service          Flat              $5.00        $2.00     -60.00 %
      College of Ed/Human Dev   PE 1073 Softball                                                                  Consumable materials        Flat           New Fee         $4.00     New Fee
      College of Ed/Human Dev   PE 1107 Int. Swimming                                                             Demand for service          Flat           New Fee        $20.00     New Fee
      College of Ed/Human Dev   PE 1129 Intermediate Handball                                                     Consumable materials        Flat           New Fee        $35.00     New Fee
      College of Ed/Human Dev   PE 1133 Intermediate Foil Fencing                                                 Consumable materials        Flat           New Fee         $2.00     New Fee
      College of Ed/Human Dev   PE 1135 Intermediate Karate                                                       Consumable materials        Flat           New Fee        $35.00     New Fee
      College of Ed/Human Dev   PE 1136 Int. Racquetball                                                          Consumable materials        Flat              $5.00        $5.00       0.00 %
      College of Ed/Human Dev   PE 1137 Intermediate Squash                                                       Consumable materials        Flat           New Fee         $5.00     New Fee
      College of Ed/Human Dev   PE 1137 Intermediate Squash                                                       Demand for service          Flat           New Fee        $10.00     New Fee
      College of Ed/Human Dev   PE 1138 Intermediate Tennis                                                       Demand for service          Flat              $5.00        $4.00     -20.00 %
      College of Ed/Human Dev   PE 1146 Intermediate Tae Kwan Do                                                  Consumable materials        Flat           New Fee        $35.00     New Fee
      College of Ed/Human Dev   PE 1154 Figure Skating                                                            Consumable materials        Flat           New Fee        $35.00     New Fee
      College of Ed/Human Dev   PE 1157 Intermediate Skiing                                                       Demand for service          Flat            $110.00      $110.00       0.00 %
      College of Ed/Human Dev   PE 1174 Intermediate Volleyball                                                   Consumable materials        Flat              $5.00        $2.00     -60.00 %
      College of Ed/Human Dev   PE 1205 Scuba                                                                     Demand for service          Flat             $95.00      $108.00      13.68 %
      College of Ed/Human Dev   PE 1262 Marathon Training                                                         Demand for service          Flat           New Fee       $200.00     New Fee
      College of Ed/Human Dev   PE 1305 Scuba Stress Rescue & Acc Mgmt                                            Demand for service          Flat             $95.00       $95.00       0.00 %
      College of Ed/Human Dev   PE 1306 Lifeguard Training                                                        Demand for service          Flat             $30.00       $20.00     -33.33 %
      College of Ed/Human Dev   PE 1411 Water Safety Instructor                                                   Demand for service          Flat           New Fee        $25.00     New Fee
      College of Ed/Human Dev   PSTL 722 Introductory Algebra (Cmptr.)                                            Consumable materials        Flat           New Fee        $80.00     New Fee
      College of Ed/Human Dev   PSTL 732 Intermediate Algebra (Cmptr.)                                            Consumable materials        Flat           New Fee        $80.00     New Fee
      College of Ed/Human Dev   PSTL 1112 Nature in the City                                                      Transportation/field trip   Flat             $20.00       $20.00       0.00 %
      College of Ed/Human Dev   PSTL 1133 Nature Study                                                            Transportation/field trip   Flat             $40.00       $40.00       0.00 %
      College of Ed/Human Dev   PSTL 1135 Human Anatomy and Physiology                                            Consumable materials        Flat             $20.00       $20.00       0.00 %
      College of Ed/Human Dev   PSTL 1485 Photography                                                             Consumable materials        Flat             $50.00       $50.00       0.00 %
      College of Ed/Human Dev   REC 5301 Wilderness and Adventure Educ                                            Transportation/field trip   Flat             $35.00       $35.00       0.00 %
      College of Ed/Human Dev   REC 5311 Prog Outdr Env Ed                                                        Transportation/field trip   Flat             $15.00       $15.00       0.00 %
      College of Ed/Human Dev   SW 4501 SrSemSocJustice                                                           Transportation/field trip   Flat              $5.00        $5.00       0.00 %
      College of Ed/Human Dev   SW 8010 Field Prac. I, SW 8020 Prac. II, SW 8030 Adv Prac., SW 8041 Spec fld      Demand for service          Per Credit       $10.00       $15.00      50.00 %
      College of Ed/Human Dev   YOST 2241 Experiential Lrng                                                       Demand for service          Flat             $20.00       $20.00       0.00 %
      College of Ed/Human Dev   YOST 4196 Youthwork Internship                                                    Transportation/field trip   Flat           New Fee        $25.00     New Fee
                                                                          Attachment 8
                                          University of Minnesota - 2009 - 10 Tuition Plan: Course Fees - Per Semester

                                                                                                                                                               2009         2010         Percent
      Campus/College            Class Name                                                                            Fee Purpose                 Type         Amount       Amount       Change
      College of Ed/Human Dev   YOST 4314 Theatre Activities                                                          Consumable materials        Flat            $25.00        $25.00       0.00 %
      College of Ed/Human Dev   YOST 5101 Youthwork Prac I, YOST 5102 Prac II                                         Transportation/field trip   Flat            $25.00        $25.00       0.00 %
      College of Ed/Human Dev   YOST 5241 Experiential Lrng                                                           Demand for service          Flat            $25.00        $25.00       0.00 %
      College of Ed/Human Dev   YOST 5301 Comm Adol Sexuality                                                         Demand for service          Flat            $10.00        $10.00       0.00 %
      College of Ed/Human Dev   YOST 5314 Theatre Activities                                                          Demand for service          Flat           New Fee        $25.00      New Fee

      College of Liberal Arts   ANTH 1001 Human Evolution, ANTH1001H Honors Human Ev.                                 Consumable materials        Flat             $74.00       $74.00      0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts   ARTS 1001 Concepts in Visual Art                                                      Consumable materials        Flat             $15.00       $15.00      0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts   ARTS 1301 Sculpture                                                                   Consumable materials        Flat             $90.00       $90.00      0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts   ARTS 1501 Printmaking: Intaglio, Lithogr                                              Consumable materials        Flat             $75.00       $75.00      0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts   ARTS 1702 Digital Photography                                                         Consumable materials        Flat           New Fee        $60.00     New Fee
      College of Liberal Arts   ARTS 1801 Ceramics                                                                    Consumable materials        Flat            $110.00      $110.00      0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts   ARTS 1905 Freshman Seminar                                                            Transportation/field trip   Flat             $40.00       $40.00      0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts   ARTS 3444 Major Project                                                               Consumable materials        Flat           New Fee        $60.00     New Fee
      College of Liberal Arts   ARTS 3444 Major Project                                                               Consumable materials        Per Credit     New Fee        $60.00     New Fee
      College of Liberal Arts   ARTS 3444 Major Project                                                               Consumable materials        Flat           New Fee        $10.00     New Fee
      College of Liberal Arts   ARTS 3803 Ceramics: Mold Making                                                       Consumable materials        Flat            $170.00      $170.00      0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts   ARTS 5400 Concepts & Practice                                                         Consumable materials        Flat             $10.00       $10.00      0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts   ARTS 5405 Visual Narrative Structures                                                 Consumable materials        Flat             $20.00       $20.00      0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts   ARTS 5441 Professnl Practices                                                         Consumable materials        Flat           New Fee        $35.00     New Fee
      College of Liberal Arts   ARTS 5444 B.F.A. Exhibition                                                           Consumable materials        Flat           New Fee        $40.00     New Fee
      College of Liberal Arts   ARTS 5490 Workshop in Art                                                             Consumable materials        Flat             $75.00       $75.00      0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts   ARTS 5490 Workshop in Art                                                             Transportation/field trip   Flat            $300.00      $300.00      0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts   ARTS 5821 Ceramic Materials Analysis                                                  Consumable materials        Flat             $90.00       $90.00      0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts   ARTS 5830 Adv Ceramics: Mold Makng                                                    Consumable materials        Flat            $180.00      $180.00      0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts   ARTS 5990 Independent Study                                                           Consumable materials        Flat           New Fee       $160.00     New Fee
      College of Liberal Arts   ARTS 5990 Independent Study                                                           Consumable materials        Per Credit     New Fee        $50.00     New Fee




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      College of Liberal Arts   ARTS 5990 Independent Study                                                           Consumable materials        Flat           New Fee        $80.00     New Fee
      College of Liberal Arts   ARTS 8500 Printmaking                                                                 Consumable materials        Flat            $125.00      $125.00      0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts   ARTS 8700 Photography                                                                 Consumable materials        Flat           New Fee       $100.00     New Fee
      College of Liberal Arts   ARTS 8800 Ceramics                                                                    Consumable materials        Flat            $250.00      $250.00      0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts   ARTS 8990 MFA Creative Thesis                                                         Consumable materials        Flat           New Fee       $100.00     New Fee
      College of Liberal Arts   ARTS 8990 MFA Creative Thesis                                                         Consumable materials        Per Credit     New Fee        $80.00     New Fee
      College of Liberal Arts   Various courses - Dept of Art course fee - Ceramics                                   Consumable materials        Flat           New Fee       $160.00     New Fee
      College of Liberal Arts   Various courses - Collaborative Arts - Collaboratory Fee                              Consumable materials        Flat           New Fee        $25.00     New Fee
      College of Liberal Arts   Various courses - Collaborative Arts - Art of Collaboration/Crossing Boundaries Fee   Consumable materials        Flat           New Fee        $35.00     New Fee
      College of Liberal Arts   Various courses - Collaborative Arts - COLA Topics fees                               Consumable materials        Flat           New Fee        $50.00     New Fee
      College of Liberal Arts   Various courses - Department of Art Course Fee - Sculpture                            Consumable materials        Flat           New Fee        $25.00     New Fee
      College of Liberal Arts   Various courses - Dance Accompanist Fee - African Dance & Topics                      Demand for service          Flat           New Fee        $65.00     New Fee
      College of Liberal Arts   Various courses - Dept of Art Digital Drawing Fee                                     Consumable materials        Flat           New Fee       $100.00     New Fee
      College of Liberal Arts   Various courses - Department of Art Crs Fee- Draw & Paint                             Consumable materials        Flat             $15.00       $15.00      0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts   Various courses - Department of Art Course Fee- Painting                              Consumable materials        Flat             $30.00       $30.00      0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts   Various courses - Department of Art Course Fee- Drawing/Painting                      Consumable materials        Flat             $35.00       $35.00      0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts   Various courses - Department of Art Course Fee- Drawing                               Consumable materials        Flat             $95.00       $95.00      0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts   Various courses - Department of Art Course Fee- Drawing                               Transportation/field trip   Flat            $110.00      $110.00      0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts   Various courses - Department of Art Course Fee- Sculpture                             Consumable materials        Flat             $25.00       $25.00      0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts   Various courses - Department of Art Course Fee- Performance Art                       Consumable materials        Flat             $60.00       $60.00      0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts   Various courses - Department of Art Course Fee- Sculpture                             Consumable materials        Flat             $85.00       $85.00      0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts   Various courses - Department of Art Foundry materials fee                             Consumable materials        Flat             $25.00       $25.00      0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts   Various courses - Dept of Art Foundry Invoice                                         Consumable materials        Flat             $50.00       $50.00      0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts   Various courses - Department of Art Foundry Materials Fee                             Consumable materials        Flat            $200.00      $200.00      0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts   Various courses - Department of Art Book Arts Materials Fee                           Consumable materials        Flat             $40.00       $40.00      0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts   Various courses - Department of Art Papermaking Materials Fee                         Consumable materials        Flat             $50.00       $50.00      0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts   Various courses - Department of Art Printmaking Materials fee                         Consumable materials        Per Credit       $75.00       $75.00      0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts   Various courses - Department of Art Printmaking Materials fee                         Consumable materials        Flat             $95.00       $95.00      0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts   Various courses - Department of Art Printmaking materials fee                         Consumable materials        Flat            $100.00      $100.00      0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts   Various courses - Department of Art Time & Interactivity Materials fee                Consumable materials        Flat             $25.00       $25.00      0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts   Various courses - Department of Art Time & Interactivity materials fee                Consumable materials        Flat             $50.00       $50.00      0.00 %
                                                                                     Attachment 8
                                                     University of Minnesota - 2009 - 10 Tuition Plan: Course Fees - Per Semester

                                                                                                                                                                     2009         2010         Percent
      Campus/College                       Class Name                                                                       Fee Purpose                 Type         Amount       Amount       Change
      College of Liberal Arts              Various courses - Department of Art Time & Interactivity Materials fee           Consumable materials        Flat             $75.00       $75.00       0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts              Various courses - Department of Art Time & Interactivity materials fee           Consumable materials        Flat            $100.00      $100.00       0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts              Various courses - Department of Art Photography materials fee                    Consumable materials        Flat             $40.00       $40.00       0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts              Various courses - Department of Art Photography Materials fee                    Consumable materials        Flat             $80.00       $80.00       0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts              Various courses - Department of Art Ceramics Materials fee                       Consumable materials        Flat            $140.00      $140.00       0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts              Various courses - SLHS-Audiology Course Fee                                      Consumable materials        Flat             $15.00       $15.00       0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts              Various courses - SLHS Clinical Ed Course Fee                                    Consumable materials        Per Credit       $15.00       $15.00       0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts              Various courses - Journalism/Mass Comm-Basic Lab Fee                             Consumable materials        Flat              $9.00        $9.00       0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts              Various courses - Journalism/Mass Comm-Printing Lab Fee                          Consumable materials        Flat             $22.00       $22.00       0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts              Various courses - Journalism/Mass Comm-Digital Lab Fee                           Consumable materials        Flat             $28.00       $28.00       0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts              Various courses - GEOG 1973/3973 Copyright Fee                                   Consumable materials        Flat              $5.00        $5.00       0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts              Various courses - Applied Music Fee-Majors                                       Demand for service          Per Credit       $55.00       $55.00       0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts              Various courses - Applied Music Fee-Secondary                                    Demand for service          Per Credit       $75.00       $75.00       0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts              Various courses - Applied Music Fee-Beyond Requirment                            Demand for service          Per Credit       $90.00       $90.00       0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts              Various courses - Applied Music Fee-Electives                                    Demand for service          Per Credit      $155.00      $155.00       0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts              Various courses - Theatre Arts Course Fee- Stage Materials                       Consumable materials        Flat             $60.00       $60.00       0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts              Various courses - Dance Accompanist Fee-Modern, Ballet, Arabic, Flamenco Dance   Demand for service          Flat             $55.00       $60.00       9.09 %
      College of Liberal Arts              Various courses - Dance Accompanist Fee-Tap Courses                              Demand for service          Flat             $25.00       $25.00       0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts              Various courses - Dance Accompanist Fee-Jazz Courses                             Demand for service          Flat             $35.00       $35.00       0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts              Various courses - Music Course Fee-Piano                                         Demand for service          Flat             $45.00       $45.00       0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts              Various courses - Ensemble Fee                                                   Consumable materials        Flat             $22.50       $22.50       0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts              Various courses - Music Course Fee-MUED                                          Consumable materials        Flat             $50.00       $50.00       0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts              Various courses - Anthropology Course Fee                                        Consumable materials        Flat             $25.00       $25.00       0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts              Various courses - Anthropology Course Fee-Archeology                             Consumable materials        Flat             $60.00       $60.00       0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts              COMM 3201 Electronic Med Prod                                                    Consumable materials        Flat              $5.00        $5.00       0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts              COMM 3204 Adv Electronic Media Prod                                              Consumable materials        Flat             $10.00       $10.00       0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts              CSCL 5256W Suburbia                                                              Demand for service          Flat             $55.00       $55.00       0.00 %




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      College of Liberal Arts              ID 1201 Major & Career Exploration                                               Consumable materials        Flat             $30.00       $30.00       0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts              ID 3201 Career Plan                                                              Consumable materials        Flat             $40.00       $40.00       0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts              MUED 5011 Music in Elem Class                                                    Consumable materials        Flat           New Fee        $25.00     New Fee
      College of Liberal Arts              SPAN 3401 Latino Immigration/Comm Servc                                          Demand for service          Flat             $10.00       $25.00     150.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts              TH 1101W Intro to Theatre                                                        Transportation/field trip   Flat           New Fee        $20.00     New Fee
      College of Liberal Arts              TH 1101W Intro to Theatre                                                        Transportation/field trip   Flat             $30.00       $10.00     -66.67 %
      College of Liberal Arts              TH 1911W Entertainment w/ Attitude                                               Transportation/field trip   Flat            $125.00      $125.00       0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts              TH 4322 Acting for Camera                                                        Consumable materials        Flat           New Fee        $20.00     New Fee
      College of Liberal Arts              TH 4380 Creative Collaboration                                                   Consumable materials        Flat           New Fee        $25.00     New Fee
      College of Liberal Arts              TH 4532 Makeup for Actor                                                         Consumable materials        Flat           New Fee        $75.00     New Fee
      College of Liberal Arts              TH 5355 Puppetry in Theatre                                                      Consumable materials        Flat             $45.00       $45.00       0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts              URBS 3751 Urban Environment                                                      Transportation/field trip   Flat              $5.00        $5.00       0.00 %
      College of Liberal Arts              WRIT 4501 Usability Testing                                                      Demand for service          Flat             $40.00       $40.00       0.00 %

      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   AGRO 1101 Bio of Plant System                                                    Consumable materials        Flat             $46.50       $46.50       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   AGRO 1103 Crops, Environment & Society, AGRO 2101 Bio Food, Land, Env            Consumable materials        Flat             $30.00       $30.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   AGRO 1660 First-Year Colloquium                                                  Transportation/field trip   Flat             $40.00       $40.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   AGRO 4005 App Crop Phys & Dev                                                    Consumable materials        Flat             $30.00       $45.00      50.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   AGRO 4603 Field Crop Scout & Prob Diag                                           Transportation/field trip   Flat             $25.00       $25.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   ANSC 1001 Orientation to Animal Science                                          Transportation/field trip   Flat             $20.00       $20.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   ANSC 2055 Horse Health Management                                                Consumable materials        Flat             $25.00       $25.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   ANSC 3052 Equine Anatomy & Exercise Phys                                         Consumable materials        Flat             $50.00       $50.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   ANSC 3301 Systemic Physiology                                                    Consumable materials        Flat             $25.00       $25.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   ANSC 4404 Applied Dairy Nutrition                                                Demand for service          Flat             $35.00       $35.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   ANSC 4603 Beef Production Systems Mgmt, ANSC 4613 Adv Beef Prod Sys              Transportation/field trip   Flat            $100.00      $100.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   ANSC 8131 Mol Biol Tech                                                          Consumable materials        Flat            $200.00      $200.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   BBE 1001 Bioprds & Biosys Eng Orient                                             Transportation/field trip   Flat             $55.00       $55.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   BBE 3001 Mechanics & Structl Design                                              Consumable materials        Flat             $10.00       $20.00     100.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   BBE 3013 Engr Prin Cell Proc                                                     Consumable materials        Flat            $100.00      $100.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   BBE 3023 Ecological Eng Principles                                               Consumable materials        Flat             $40.00       $40.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   BBE 3101 Statics/Structrs for ConstMgmt                                          Consumable materials        Flat             $10.00       $20.00     100.00 %
                                                                                     Attachment 8
                                                     University of Minnesota - 2009 - 10 Tuition Plan: Course Fees - Per Semester

                                                                                                                                                    2009         2010         Percent
      Campus/College                       Class Name                                                             Fee Purpose                Type   Amount       Amount       Change
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   BBE 4407 Bio-based Prod Mfg & Apps I                                  Consumable materials        Flat     New Fee        $15.00     New Fee
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   BBE 4412W Bio-based Prod Mfg & Apps II                                Consumable materials        Flat     New Fee        $15.00     New Fee
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   BBE 4533 Agr Waste Mgmt Engr                                          Consumable materials        Flat       $50.00       $50.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   BBE 4744 Engr Prin for Biol Scientists                                Consumable materials        Flat     New Fee        $30.00     New Fee
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   Various courses - Transportation / Consumables                        Transportation/field trip   Flat       $25.00       $25.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   Various courses - International Studies Travel Cost                   Transportation/field trip   Flat    $4,000.00    $4,000.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   Various courses - FR 3471 / 5471 Forest Plng and Mgmt                 Consumable materials        Flat       $25.00       $25.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   Various courses - Plant Pathology Course Fee                          Consumable materials        Flat       $20.00       $20.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   Various courses - Wetland Soils                                       Transportation/field trip   Flat       $55.00       $55.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   Various courses - Transportation / Lab fee                            Transportation/field trip   Flat       $75.00       $75.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   ENT 3005 Insect Biology                                               Consumable materials        Flat       $25.00       $25.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   ENT 5361 Aquatic Insects                                              Consumable materials        Flat       $30.00       $30.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   ESPM 1001 Freshmen Orientation to ESPM                                Transportation/field trip   Flat       $55.00       $55.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   ESPM 1011 Issues in the Environment                                   Transportation/field trip   Flat       $15.00       $15.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   ESPM 3221 Soil Conserv. & Land-Use Mngmt                              Transportation/field trip   Flat       $20.00       $30.00      50.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   ESPM 4041W Prob Solvng for Environ Change                             Consumable materials        Flat       $40.00       $40.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   FR 1001 Orientation/Information System                                Transportation/field trip   Flat       $55.00       $55.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   FR 2101 Identifying Forest Plants                                     Demand for service          Flat        $0.01        $0.01       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   FR 2102 Northern Forests: Field Ecolgy                                Demand for service          Flat       $35.98       $35.98       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   FR 2102 Northern Forests: Field Ecolgy                                Demand for service          Flat      $124.00     $124.00        0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   FR 2102 Northern Forests: Field Ecolgy                                Demand for service          Flat       $30.00       $30.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   FR 2102 Northern Forests: Field Ecolgy                                Demand for service          Flat      $550.00     $550.00        0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   FR 2102 Northern Forests: Field Ecolgy                                Transportation/field trip   Flat      $125.00     $125.00        0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   FR 2104 Measuring Forest Resources                                    Demand for service          Flat        $0.01        $0.01       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   FR 3104 Forest Ecology                                                Transportation/field trip   Flat       $70.00       $70.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   FR 3203 Forest Fire & Disturbance Ecol                                Transportation/field trip   Flat       $20.00       $20.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   FR 3612 Silvi&Timbr Hrvstg Pracs in MN                                Transportation/field trip   Flat      $125.00     $175.00       40.00 %




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      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   FR 5104 Forest Ecology                                                Transportation/field trip   Flat       $70.00       $70.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   FR 5161 Northern Forest Field Course                                  Demand for service          Flat      $550.00     $550.00        0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   FR 5161 Northern Forest Field Course                                  Transportation/field trip   Flat      $155.00     $155.00        0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   FR 5161 Northern Forest Field Course                                  Demand for service          Flat       $35.98       $35.98       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   FR 5161 Northern Forest Field Course                                  Demand for service          Flat      $113.50     $113.50        0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   FR 5161 Northern Forest Field Course                                  Consumable materials        Flat     New Fee        $20.00     New Fee
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   FR 5203 Forest Fire & Disturbance Ecol                                Transportation/field trip   Flat       $20.00       $20.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   FR 5228 Adv Assessment & Modeling                                     Transportation/field trip   Flat       $75.00       $75.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   FR 5413 Mng For Ecosys:Silvicultre Lab                                Transportation/field trip   Flat       $50.00       $50.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   FR 5611 Field Silviculture                                            Demand for service          Flat       $65.00       $65.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   FR 5611 Field Silviculture                                            Transportation/field trip   Flat       $65.00       $65.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   FR 5612 Silvi&Timbr Hrvstg Pracs in MN                                Transportation/field trip   Flat      $125.00     $175.00       40.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   FR 5615 Fld Remote Sensing/Res Survey                                 Demand for service          Flat       $70.00       $70.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   FR 5621 Fld Timber Harvstg & Road Plng                                Demand for service          Flat       $65.00       $65.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   FR 5621 Fld Timber Harvstg & Road Plng                                Demand for service          Flat       $75.00       $75.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   FSCN 1001 Orientation to Nutrition                                    Transportation/field trip   Flat       $20.00       $20.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   FSCN 1021 Introductory Microbiology                                   Consumable materials        Flat       $45.00       $45.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   FSCN 3102 Introduction to Food Science                                Consumable materials        Flat       $35.00       $35.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   FSCN 3731 Food Service Oper Mgmt Lab                                  Consumable materials        Flat       $25.00       $25.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   FSCN 4121 Food Microbiology                                           Consumable materials        Flat     New Fee        $75.00     New Fee
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   FSCN 4122 Food Fermentations & Biotech                                Consumable materials        Flat       $75.00       $25.00     -66.67 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   FSCN 4311 Chem Reactions in Food Systems                              Consumable materials        Flat     New Fee        $50.00     New Fee
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   FSCN 4312W Food Analysis                                              Consumable materials        Flat       $25.00       $25.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   FSCN 4332 Food Processing Operations                                  Consumable materials        Flat       $30.00       $30.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   FSCN 4343 Processing of Dairy Products                                Consumable materials        Flat       $40.00       $40.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   FSCN 4349 Food Science Capstone                                       Consumable materials        Flat     New Fee      $100.00      New Fee
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   FSCN 4613 Experimental Nutrition                                      Consumable materials        Flat       $75.00     $100.00       33.33 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   FSCN 5481 Sensory Eval of Food Quality                                Consumable materials        Flat     New Fee        $30.00     New Fee
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   FW 1001 Orient in Fshrs,Wldlf,ConsBio                                 Transportation/field trip   Flat       $55.00       $55.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   FW 4101 Herpetology                                                   Transportation/field trip   Flat       $25.00       $25.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   FW 4106 Imprtnt Plants in FW Habitats                                 Demand for service          Flat        $0.01        $0.01       0.00 %
                                                                                    Attachment 8
                                                    University of Minnesota - 2009 - 10 Tuition Plan: Course Fees - Per Semester

                                                                                                                                                            2009         2010         Percent
      Campus/College                       Class Name                                                                    Fee Purpose                 Type   Amount       Amount       Change
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   FW 4108 Fld Mthd Rsrch/Cons Vert Pops                                         Demand for service          Flat      $550.00      $550.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   FW 4108 Fld Mthd Rsrch/Cons Vert Pops                                         Transportation/field trip   Flat      $150.00      $150.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   FW 4108 Fld Mthd Rsrch/Cons Vert Pops                                         Demand for service          Flat       $35.98       $35.98       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   FW 4108 Fld Mthd Rsrch/Cons Vert Pops                                         Demand for service          Flat      $124.00      $124.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   FW 4565 FW Ecology/Mgmt: Field Trip                                           Transportation/field trip   Flat      $250.00      $250.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   FW 5625 Wldlf Hndlng/Immobilization                                           Consumable materials        Flat      $150.00      $300.00     100.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   HORT 1001 Plant Propagation                                                   Consumable materials        Flat       $35.00       $35.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   HORT 1004 Build Hort Learn Community                                          Transportation/field trip   Flat       $55.00       $55.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   HORT 1013 Floral Design                                                       Consumable materials        Flat      $200.00      $200.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   HORT 1015 Woody & Herb Plts                                                   Transportation/field trip   Flat       $15.00       $15.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   HORT 1031 Vines and Wines Intro                                               Consumable materials        Flat       $60.00       $75.00      25.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   HORT 2031 Organic Food: Grow, Buy, Feed                                       Transportation/field trip   Flat     New Fee        $20.00     New Fee
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   HORT 3002W Greenhouse Management                                              Consumable materials        Flat       $40.00       $40.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   HORT 3005 Envir Effects on Hort Crops                                         Consumable materials        Flat       $30.00       $30.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   HORT 4015 Adv Woody & Herb Plt Topics                                         Transportation/field trip   Flat     New Fee        $30.00     New Fee
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   HORT 4021 Landscape Design and Implem I                                       Consumable materials        Flat      $100.00      $100.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   HORT 4022 CAD for Landscapes                                                  Demand for service          Flat       $75.00       $75.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   HORT 4023 Land Design & Implem II, HORT 5018 Land Op & Mgmt                   Consumable materials        Flat      $100.00      $100.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   HORT 4071W App of Plant Biotech to Pl Imp                                     Consumable materials        Flat       $50.00       $50.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   HORT 4072 Growing Plants Organically                                          Transportation/field trip   Flat       $10.00       $10.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   HORT 4141W Nur Mgmt                                                           Transportation/field trip   Flat     New Fee        $30.00     New Fee
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   HORT 5031 Sustainable Fruit Prod Systems                                      Transportation/field trip   Flat       $25.00       $25.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   HORT 5051 Floriculture Crop Prod                                              Transportation/field trip   Flat     New Fee        $40.00     New Fee
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   HORT 5071 Restoration & Reclam Ecology                                        Transportation/field trip   Flat       $30.00       $30.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   PLPA 5090 Issues in Plant Pathology                                           Consumable materials        Flat       $20.00       $20.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   RRM 1001 Orient. & Information Systems                                        Transportation/field trip   Flat       $55.00       $55.00       0.00 %
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   SOIL 4093 Directed Study, SOIL 5515 Soil Genesis&Land, SOIL 8195 Rsch Prob.   Transportation/field trip   Flat       $35.00       $35.00       0.00 %




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      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   SOIL 4511 Field Study of Soils                                                Transportation/field trip   Flat       $35.00       $40.00      14.29 %

      Carlson School of Management         IBUS 3001 Int'l Business Topics                                               Transportation/field trip   Flat     New Fee     $3,000.00     New Fee
      Carlson School of Management         IBUS 3001 Int'l Business Topics                                               Transportation/field trip   Flat     New Fee     $4,600.00     New Fee
      Carlson School of Management         IBUS 3010 International Business Topics                                       Transportation/field trip   Flat    $3,488.00    $4,600.00      31.88 %
      Carlson School of Management         IBUS 3021 Human Resource Management                                           Transportation/field trip   Flat    $3,688.00    $4,700.00      27.44 %
      Carlson School of Management         IBUS 4090 Corporate Strategy in CEE                                           Transportation/field trip   Flat    $3,488.00    $3,500.00       0.34 %
      Carlson School of Management         IBUS 5100 Undergraduate Semester - CIMBA                                      Transportation/field trip   Flat    $9,270.00    $9,506.00       2.55 %
      Carlson School of Management         IBUS 5101 International Business Summer                                       Transportation/field trip   Flat      $976.00     $876.00      -10.25 %
      Carlson School of Management         IBUS 5102 Vienna Summer Program                                               Transportation/field trip   Flat    $2,188.00    $2,088.00      -4.57 %
      Carlson School of Management         IBUS 5103 Norway Summer Program                                               Transportation/field trip   Flat    $1,688.00    $1,588.00      -5.92 %
      Carlson School of Management         IBUS 5110 Costa Rica Seminar                                                  Transportation/field trip   Flat      $808.00     $260.00      -67.82 %
      Carlson School of Management         IBUS 5120 Vienna Seminar, IBUS 5130 France Sem (Grad)                         Transportation/field trip   Flat    $1,408.00     $860.00      -38.92 %
      Carlson School of Management         IBUS 5140 Vienna Summer Program                                               Transportation/field trip   Flat      $712.00       $40.00     -94.38 %
      Carlson School of Management         IBUS 5150 India Seminar                                                       Transportation/field trip   Flat    $1,408.00     $860.00      -38.92 %
      Carlson School of Management         IBUS 5160 Cologne Summer Program                                              Transportation/field trip   Flat      $616.00     $120.00      -80.52 %
      Carlson School of Management         IBUS 5170 China Seminar (Graduate)                                            Transportation/field trip   Flat     New Fee      $860.00      New Fee
      Carlson School of Management         IBUS 5170 China Seminar (Graduate)                                            Transportation/field trip   Flat     New Fee      $860.00      New Fee
      Carlson School of Management         IBUS 5190 Brazil Seminar                                                      Transportation/field trip   Flat    $1,408.00     $860.00      -38.92 %
      Carlson School of Management         IBUS 5200 Undergraduate Exchange                                              Transportation/field trip   Flat    $2,225.00    $2,225.00       0.00 %
      Carlson School of Management         IBUS 5300 Graduate Exchange                                                   Transportation/field trip   Flat     New Fee     $2,225.00     New Fee
      Carlson School of Management         IBUS 5301 International Business Summer                                       Transportation/field trip   Flat       $77.00       $60.00     -22.08 %
      Carlson School of Management         IBUS 6315 Ethics Seminar (Graduate)                                           Transportation/field trip   Flat     New Fee      $860.00      New Fee
      Carlson School of Management         IBUS 6315 Ethics Seminar (Graduate)                                           Transportation/field trip   Flat     New Fee      $860.00      New Fee

      School of Dentistry                  DENT 5802 Oper Dent I Lab                                                     Consumable materials        Flat     New Fee       $194.00      New Fee
      School of Dentistry                  DENT 5804 Oper Dent II Lab                                                    Consumable materials        Flat      $230.00      $247.00       7.39 %
      School of Dentistry                  DENT 5901 Oral Anat. I                                                        Consumable materials        Flat       $15.91       $17.10       7.48 %
      School of Dentistry                  DENT 5902 Oral Anat Lab I                                                     Consumable materials        Flat       $22.55       $24.00       6.43 %
      School of Dentistry                  DENT 5904 PC Pros Lab II                                                      Consumable materials        Flat      $800.00      $860.00       7.50 %
      School of Dentistry                  DENT 5908 PC Pros Tech Lab IV                                                 Consumable materials        Flat      $390.00      $419.00       7.44 %
                                                                         Attachment 8
                                         University of Minnesota - 2009 - 10 Tuition Plan: Course Fees - Per Semester

                                                                                                                                             2009         2010         Percent
      Campus/College            Class Name                                                               Fee Purpose            Type         Amount       Amount       Change
      School of Dentistry       DENT 5908 PC Pros Tech Lab IV                                            Consumable materials   Flat            $120.00      $129.00       7.50 %
      School of Dentistry       DENT 5912 PC Pros Tech Lab VI                                            Consumable materials   Flat            $525.00      $564.00       7.43 %
      School of Dentistry       DT 3430 Oral Anat                                                        Consumable materials   Flat           New Fee        $17.00      New Fee
      School of Dentistry       DT 3431 Oral Anat Lab                                                    Consumable materials   Flat           New Fee        $24.00      New Fee
      School of Dentistry       DT 3433 Oper Dent I Lab                                                  Consumable materials   Flat           New Fee       $194.00      New Fee
      School of Dentistry       DT 3434 Oper Dent II and III                                             Consumable materials   Flat           New Fee       $247.00      New Fee
      School of Dentistry       DT 5430 Oral Anat                                                        Consumable materials   Flat           New Fee        $17.00      New Fee
      School of Dentistry       DT 5431 Oral Anat Lab                                                    Consumable materials   Flat           New Fee        $24.00      New Fee
      School of Dentistry       DT 5433 Oper Dent I Lab                                                  Consumable materials   Flat           New Fee       $194.00      New Fee
      School of Dentistry       DT 5434 Oper Dent II and III                                             Consumable materials   Flat           New Fee       $247.00      New Fee

      Health Sciences           Various courses - Lab Microscope Fee                                     Demand for service     Flat             $15.00       $15.00       0.00 %
      Health Sciences           Various courses - Lab Microscope Fee                                     Demand for service     Flat             $30.00       $30.00       0.00 %
      Health Sciences           Various courses - Lab Consumables                                        Consumable materials   Flat             $25.00       $25.00       0.00 %
      Health Sciences           Various courses - Lab Consumables                                        Consumable materials   Flat             $50.00       $50.00       0.00 %
      Health Sciences           Various courses - Lab Consumables                                        Consumable materials   Flat             $75.00       $80.00       6.67 %
      Health Sciences           Various courses - Lab Consumables                                        Consumable materials   Flat             $85.00       $90.00       5.88 %
      Health Sciences           Various courses - Lab Consumables                                        Consumable materials   Flat             $75.00       $80.00       6.67 %
      Health Sciences           OT 6100 Pub and Prof Engagement I                                        Consumable materials   Flat             $40.00       $40.00       0.00 %
      Health Sciences           OT 6102 Professional Identity                                            Consumable materials   Flat             $30.00       $30.00       0.00 %
      Health Sciences           OT 6111 Occupations as Therapy                                           Consumable materials   Flat             $75.00       $75.00       0.00 %
      Health Sciences           OT 6200 Public & Prof. Engagement II                                     Consumable materials   Flat             $20.00       $20.00       0.00 %
      Health Sciences           OT 6201 Functional Anatomy/Kinesiology                                   Consumable materials   Flat            $150.00      $150.00       0.00 %
      Health Sciences           OT 6202 OTPI: Compensation                                               Consumable materials   Flat             $30.00       $30.00       0.00 %
      Health Sciences           OT 6402 OTPI: Neurorehab. Approaches                                     Consumable materials   Flat             $35.00       $35.00       0.00 %
      Health Sciences           OT 6412 OTPI: Orthotics & Prosthetics                                    Consumable materials   Flat            $100.00      $100.00       0.00 %
      Health Sciences           OT 6422 OTP: Group Context                                               Consumable materials   Flat             $15.00       $15.00       0.00 %




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      Institute of Technology   AEM 4303W Flight Dynamics                                                Consumable materials   Flat           New Fee        $25.00      New Fee
      Institute of Technology   AEM 4331 Aerospace Vehicle Design                                        Consumable materials   Flat             $50.00       $50.00       0.00 %
      Institute of Technology   AEM 4333 Aerospace Design Projects                                       Consumable materials   Flat            $100.00      $100.00       0.00 %
      Institute of Technology   AEM 4601 Instrumentation Lab                                             Consumable materials   Flat             $20.00       $20.00       0.00 %
      Institute of Technology   AEM 4602W Aeromechanics Lab                                              Consumable materials   Flat             $40.00       $40.00       0.00 %
      Institute of Technology   Various courses - UNITE Special Fee - Blanket Section 881, 883, 885      Demand for service     Per Credit      $150.00      $150.00       0.00 %
      Institute of Technology   BMEN 2501 Cell and Molecular Biology                                     Consumable materials   Flat             $35.00       $35.00       0.00 %
      Institute of Technology   BMEN 3001 Biomechanics                                                   Consumable materials   Flat             $10.00       $10.00       0.00 %
      Institute of Technology   BMEN 3101 Biomedical Transport Processes                                 Consumable materials   Flat             $30.00       $30.00       0.00 %
      Institute of Technology   BMEN 3201 Bioelec./Bioinstr., BMEN 3301 Biomat., BMEN Biomed Sys         Consumable materials   Flat             $10.00       $10.00       0.00 %
      Institute of Technology   BMEN 4002W BME Engineering Design II                                     Consumable materials   Flat            $100.00      $100.00       0.00 %
      Institute of Technology   CE 3402 Constr Matls, CE 3406 Const Matls, CE 4401 Steel Concrete        Consumable materials   Flat             $62.00       $62.00       0.00 %
      Institute of Technology   CE 5542 Experimental Meth Env Eng, CE 5551 Env Microbio Lab              Consumable materials   Flat             $50.00       $50.00       0.00 %
      Institute of Technology   CE 8551 Env Microbiol:Lab                                                Consumable materials   Flat            $200.00      $200.00       0.00 %
                                CHEM 1011 Intro Chem, CHEM 1017 Chem, CHEM 1021 Chem I, CHEM 1022 CHEM
      Institute of Technology   Prin II, CHEM 1031H Honors, CHEM 1032H Honors                            Consumable materials   Flat             $54.00       $55.50       2.78 %
      Institute of Technology   CHEM 2111 Intro Anal Chem Lab                                            Consumable materials   Flat             $56.00       $57.50       2.68 %
      Institute of Technology   CHEM 2121 Process Anal Chem                                              Consumable materials   Flat             $60.00       $61.50       2.50 %
      Institute of Technology   CHEM 2311 Organic Lab                                                    Consumable materials   Flat             $81.00       $83.00       2.47 %
      Institute of Technology   CHEM 2312H Hon Organic Lab                                               Consumable materials   Flat            $111.00      $114.00       2.70 %
      Institute of Technology   CHEM 4111W Inter Anal Chem Lab                                           Consumable materials   Flat             $60.00       $61.50       2.50 %
      Institute of Technology   CHEM 4223W Polymer Lab                                                   Consumable materials   Flat             $83.00       $85.50       3.01 %
      Institute of Technology   CHEM 4311W Adv Org Chem Lab                                              Consumable materials   Flat            $106.00      $109.00       2.83 %
      Institute of Technology   CHEM 4511W Adv Phys Chem Lab                                             Consumable materials   Flat             $56.00       $57.50       2.68 %
      Institute of Technology   CHEM 4711W Adv Inorg Chem Lab                                            Consumable materials   Flat             $90.00       $92.50       2.78 %
      Institute of Technology   CHEM 8153 Signal-noise                                                   Consumable materials   Flat             $63.00       $64.50       2.38 %
      Institute of Technology   CHEN 4401 Chem Eng Lab I                                                 Consumable materials   Flat            $110.00      $110.00       0.00 %
      Institute of Technology   CHEN 4402 Chem Eng Lab II                                                Consumable materials   Flat             $60.00       $60.00       0.00 %
      Institute of Technology   EE 2002 Cir & Elec Lab, EE 3006 Fund EE Lab                              Consumable materials   Flat             $45.00       $45.00       0.00 %
      Institute of Technology   EE 2301 Intro Digital Des                                                Consumable materials   Flat             $39.00       $39.00       0.00 %
                                                                                 Attachment 8
                                                 University of Minnesota - 2009 - 10 Tuition Plan: Course Fees - Per Semester

                                                                                                                                                                 2009         2010         Percent
      Campus/College                   Class Name                                                                       Fee Purpose                 Type         Amount       Amount       Change
      Institute of Technology          EE 2361 Intro Microcontrollers                                                   Consumable materials        Flat            $55.00        $55.00       0.00 %
      Institute of Technology          GEO 1006 Oceanography                                                            Transportation/field trip   Flat            $10.00        $10.00       0.00 %
      Institute of Technology          GEO 1901 Freshman Seminar: Envt, GEO 4501 Struct. Geology                        Transportation/field trip   Flat            $36.00        $36.00       0.00 %

      Institute of Technology          GEO 2201 Geodyn I, GEO 2302 Petro, GEO 4301 Ig/Met Petro, GEO 5713 Karst Hydro   Transportation/field trip   Flat             $18.00       $18.00       0.00 %
      Institute of Technology          GEO 3911 Intr Field Geo, GEO 4971W Field Hydrogeo, GEO 5971 Field Hydrogeo       Transportation/field trip   Flat            $800.00      $800.00       0.00 %
      Institute of Technology          GEO 4703 Glacial Geology                                                         Transportation/field trip   Flat           New Fee        $36.00     New Fee
      Institute of Technology          GEO 4911 Adv Field Geology                                                       Transportation/field trip   Flat           New Fee       $800.00     New Fee
      Institute of Technology          GEO 5353 Electron Microprobe                                                     Consumable materials        Flat             $60.00       $60.00       0.00 %
      Institute of Technology          IOFT 1101 Envir Issues Solns                                                     Consumable materials        Flat             $53.05       $53.05       0.00 %
      Institute of Technology          MATS 2002 Mech. Prop. Lab                                                        Consumable materials        Flat             $50.00       $50.00       0.00 %
      Institute of Technology          MATS 4223W Polymer Lab                                                           Consumable materials        Flat             $83.00       $85.50       3.01 %
      Institute of Technology          ME 2011 Intro Eng                                                                Consumable materials        Flat             $18.50       $40.00     116.22 %
                                       ME 3221 D&M I,Eng Matl&Man, ME 4031W Basic Measure, ME4131W Therm Env Eng,
                                       ME 4231 Mot Cont Lab, ME 4232 Fluid Power Control, ME 4331 Therrmal Eng, ME
      Institute of Technology          4431W Energy Con Sys                                                             Consumable materials        Flat            $17.50        $40.00     128.57 %
      Institute of Technology          ME 4054W Design Projects                                                         Consumable materials        Flat           New Fee        $66.00     New Fee
      Institute of Technology          ME 4233 Vibration Engineering Lab                                                Consumable materials        Flat           New Fee        $40.00     New Fee
      Institute of Technology          ME 5090 Adv Engr Prob, ME 5341 Therman Design                                    Consumable materials        Flat            $15.50        $20.00      29.03 %
      Institute of Technology          ME 5133 Aerosol Lab                                                              Consumable materials        Flat           New Fee        $40.00     New Fee

      Medical School                   ANAT 3602 Principles of Human Anat Lab, ANAT 3612 Prin. Of Human Anat            Consumable materials        Flat             $40.00       $40.00        0.00 %
      Medical School                   Various courses - LAMP Microscope rental fee                                     Consumable materials        Flat           New Fee         $5.00      New Fee
      Medical School                   Various courses - LAMP Lab Service fee                                           Consumable materials        Flat           New Fee        $10.00      New Fee
      Medical School                   Various courses - MICB Lab Service fee                                           Consumable materials        Flat           New Fee        $85.00      New Fee
      Medical School                   Various courses - NSC and NSCI Lab Service fee                                   Consumable materials        Flat           New Fee        $85.00      New Fee
      Medical School                   LAMP 6101 General Path                                                           Demand for service          Flat             $10.00       $10.00        0.00 %




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      Medical School                   LAMP 6290 Laboratory Medicine                                                    Consumable materials        Flat             $10.00       $10.00        0.00 %
      Medical School                   MORT 3151 R A Lab                                                                Consumable materials        Flat             $25.00       $25.00        0.00 %
      Medical School                   MORT 3161 Embalming Laboratory                                                   Consumable materials        Flat            $110.00     $110.00         0.00 %
      Medical School                   MORT 3171 Human Anatomy Laboratory                                               Consumable materials        Flat             $10.00       $10.00        0.00 %
      Medical School                   NSC 5540 Biomedical Neuroscience                                                 Demand for service          Flat            $210.00     $200.00        -4.76 %
      Medical School                   NSC 5540 Biomedical Neuroscience                                                 Demand for service          Flat          $1,075.00    $1,000.00       -6.98 %
      Medical School                   NSC 5540 Biomedical Neuroscience                                                 Demand for service          Flat          $1,600.00    $1,600.00        0.00 %
      Medical School                   NSC 5540 Biomedical Neuroscience                                                 Demand for service          Flat            $800.00     $800.00         0.00 %
      Medical School                   NSCI 4105 Neurobiology Laboratory I                                              Consumable materials        Flat             $82.50       $85.00        3.03 %
      Medical School                   PHSL 3063 Principles of Human Physiology, PHSL 3701 Phy Lab                      Consumable materials        Flat             $20.00       $35.00      75.00 %
      Medical School                   PHSL 5510 Adv Cardiac Physiology                                                 Consumable materials        Flat            $525.00      $525.00        0.00 %
      Medical School                   PHSL 5511 Adv Neuromuscular Jx Phsl                                              Consumable materials        Flat            $395.00      $395.00        0.00 %
      Medical School                   PHSL 5520 Advanced Pulmonary Mechanics                                           Consumable materials        Flat            $310.00      $310.00        0.00 %
      Medical School                   PHSL 5530 Drug Physiology                                                        Consumable materials        Flat            $200.00      $200.00        0.00 %

      College of Pharmacy              PHAR 6494 Directed Study III                                                     Transportation/field trip   Flat           New Fee      $750.00       New Fee
      College of Pharmacy              PHAR 6494 Directed Study III                                                     Transportation/field trip   Flat           New Fee      $750.00       New Fee
      College of Pharmacy              PHAR 7217 Elective Practice Experience V                                         Transportation/field trip   Flat           New Fee     $1,500.00      New Fee
      College of Pharmacy              PHAR 7217 Elective Practice Experience V                                         Transportation/field trip   Flat           New Fee     $1,500.00      New Fee

      School of Public Health          Various courses - ISP Administrtive Fee                                          Demand for service          Flat           $891.00      $891.00        0.00 %
      School of Public Health          Various courses - ISP International Administration Fee                           Demand for service          Flat          $1,391.00    $1,391.00       0.00 %
      School of Public Health          Various courses - Public Health Institute Fee                                    Demand for service          Per Credit     $120.00      $200.00       66.67 %

      College of Continuing Ed         TRIN 3102 Consecutive Interpreting                                               Demand for service          Flat            $40.00        $40.00       0.00 %

      College of Veterinary Medicine   CMB 5335 Molecular Biotech Lab Novice                                            Consumable materials        Flat           New Fee        $75.00      New Fee
      College of Veterinary Medicine   CMB 8335 Mol Biol Tech                                                           Consumable materials        Flat            $200.00      $200.00       0.00 %
      College of Veterinary Medicine   VBS 2032 General Microbiology w/Lab                                              Consumable materials        Flat             $80.00       $90.00      12.50 %
      College of Veterinary Medicine   VPM 3700 Equine Reproductive Management                                          Transportation/field trip   Flat             $50.00       $50.00       0.00 %
                                                            Attachment 9
                       University of Minnesota - 2009 - 10 Tuition Plan: Academic/Term Fees - Per Semester

                                                                                                                  2009          2010         Percent
      Campus/College                  Fee Name                                                   Credits          Amount        Amount       Change
      All Campuses                    University Fee per Credit                                  0.05 to 9.99     $     55.00        60.00      9.09%
      All Campuses                    University Fee per Credit                                  10 to 999.99     $    550.00       600.00      9.09%

      Coordinate Campus
      Crookston                       Orientation Fee                                            6 to 999.99           $75.00       $75.00      0.00%
      Crookston                       Late Payment Fee                                           0 to 999.99           $25.00       $30.00     20.00%
      Crookston                       Installment Fee                                            0 to 999.99           $10.00       $35.00    250.00%
      Crookston                       Transcript Fee                                             0 to 999.99            $5.00        $5.00      0.00%
      Crookston                       Transcript Fee--rush order                                 0 to 999.99           $10.00       $10.00      0.00%
      Crookston                       Late Registration Fee-First Week                           0 to 999.99           $10.00       $50.00    400.00%
      Crookston                       Late Registration Fee--Second Week                         0 to 999.99           $20.00       $50.00    150.00%
      Crookston                       Application Fee                                            0 to 999.99           $40.00       $30.00    -25.00%
      Crookston                       Technology Access Fee                                      0.05 to 5.5          $100.00      $100.00      0.00%
      Crookston                       Technology Access Fee                                      6 to 999.99          $500.00      $500.00      0.00%
      Crookston                       Technology Access - summer rental                          0 to 999.99          $175.00      $175.00      0.00%
      Crookston                       Technology Access - summer intern                          0 to 999.99          $100.00      $100.00      0.00%
      Crookston                       Technology Access - late return                            0 to 999.99           $50.00       $50.00      0.00%
      Crookston                       Technology Access - daily rental                           0 to 999.99           $10.00       $10.00      0.00%
      Crookston                       NSF Check Charge                                           0.05 to 999.99        $25.00       $20.00    -20.00%
      Crookston                       Credit Exam Fee                                            0.05 to 999.99        $50.00       $50.00      0.00%
      Crookston                       Parking Permit Fee-All lots (all year)                     0.05 to 999.99        $68.00       $68.00      0.00%
      Crookston                       Parking Permit - All lots - each semester                  0.05 to 999.99        $50.00       $50.00      0.00%
      Crookston                       Parking Permit - Lot E - all year                          0.05 to 999.99        $35.00       $68.00     94.29%
      Crookston                       Parking Permit-Reserved Parking                            0.05 to 999.99       $110.00      $110.00      0.00%




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      Crookston                       Parking Permit-Temp-1 week                                 0.05 to 999.99         $5.00        $5.00      0.00%
      Crookston                       Parking Permit - Temp - 1 month                            0.05 to 999.99        $15.00       $15.00      0.00%
      Crookston                       Computer Insurance Deduction                               0.05 to 999.99       $500.00      $500.00      0.00%
      Crookston                       Parking Permit - All lots-Duplicate                        0.05 to 999.99         $5.00        $5.00      0.00%
      Crookston                       U-Card Replacement                                         0.05 to 999.99        $15.00       $15.00      0.00%
      Crookston                       Student Health Insurance                                   6 to 999.99          $782.00      $907.00     15.98%
      Crookston                       FedEx Overnight Service Fee-National                       0.05 to 999.99        $25.00       $25.00      0.00%
      Crookston                       FedEx Overnight Service Fee-International                  0.05 to 999.99        $30.00       $30.00      0.00%
      Crookston                       International Student Fee                                  0.05 to 999.99        $75.00      $100.00     33.33%
      Crookston                       Summer Start Program                                       0.05 to 999.99       $250.00      $250.00      0.00%
      Crookston                       Global Seminar Fee                                         0.05 to 999.99       New Fee    $4,850.00    New Fee
      Crookston                       Study Abroad Application Fee                               0.05 to 999.99       New Fee       $50.00    New Fee
      Crookston                       Late Registration Fee - third week                         0 to 999.99          New Fee      $100.00    New Fee

      Duluth                          Student Teaching Outside the Duluth Area                   0.05 to 2.99          $95.62      $98.49       3.00%
      Duluth                          Student Teaching Outside the Duluth Area                   3 to 5.99            $191.22     $196.96       3.00%
      Duluth                          Student Teaching Outside the Duluth Area                   6 to 11.99           $286.86     $295.47       3.00%
      Duluth                          Student Teaching Outside the Duluth Area                   12 to 999.99         $573.68     $590.89       3.00%
      Duluth                          Late Payment Fee                                           0 to 999.99           $20.00      $30.00      50.00%
      Duluth                          Installment Fee                                            0 to 999.99           $35.00      $35.00       0.00%
      Duluth                          Late Registration Fee - First 2 Weeks                      0 to 999.99           $50.00      $50.00       0.00%
      Duluth                          Late Registration Fee - Third Week or later                0 to 999.99          $100.00     $100.00       0.00%
      Duluth                          Application Fee-Undergraduate                              0 to 999.99           $35.00      $35.00       0.00%
      Duluth                          Orientation Fee                                            0 to 999.99           $40.00      $40.00       0.00%
      Duluth                          CE Technology/Equipment Fee                                5 to 999.99           $50.00      $50.00       0.00%
      Duluth                          CE Technology/Equipment Fee - summer                       5 to 999.99           $25.00      $25.00       0.00%
      Duluth                          CEHSP Technology/Equipment Fee                             5 to 999.99          $125.00     $125.00       0.00%
      Duluth                          CEHSP Technology/Equipment Fee - summer                    5 to 999.99           $62.50      $62.50       0.00%
                                                            Attachment 9
                       University of Minnesota - 2009 - 10 Tuition Plan: Academic/Term Fees - Per Semester

                                                                                                                    2009        2010        Percent
      Campus/College                  Fee Name                                                     Credits          Amount      Amount      Change
      Duluth                          CLA Technology/Equipment Fee                                 5 to 999.99        $150.00     $150.00      0.00%
      Duluth                          CLA Technology/Equipment Fee - summer                        5 to 999.99         $75.00      $75.00      0.00%
      Duluth                          SCSE Technology/Equipment Fee                                5 to 999.99        $150.00     $150.00      0.00%
      Duluth                          SCSE Technology/Equipment Fee - summer                       5 to 999.99         $75.00      $75.00      0.00%
      Duluth                          LSBE Technology/Equipment Fee                                5 to 999.99        $100.00     $100.00      0.00%
      Duluth                          LSBE Technology/Equipment Fee - summer                       5 to 999.99         $50.00      $50.00      0.00%
      Duluth                          SFA Technology/Equipment Fee                                 5 to 999.99        $250.00     $250.00      0.00%
      Duluth                          SFA Technology/Equipment Fee                                 5 to 999.99        $125.00     $125.00      0.00%
      Duluth                          MAPL, MEd, and MIS Program Application Fee                   0.05 to 999.99      $30.00      $30.00      0.00%
      Duluth                          CEHSP Post-baccalaureate Fee                                 0.05 to 999.99      $30.00      $30.00      0.00%
      Duluth                          Rochester Equipment/Technology Fee                           0.05 to 5.99        $50.00      $50.00      0.00%
      Duluth                          Rochester Equipment/Technology Fee                           6 to 999.99        $250.00     $250.00      0.00%
      Duluth                          U-Card Replacement                                           0.05 to 999.99      $15.00      $15.00      0.00%
      Duluth                          NSF Check Charge                                             0.05 to 999.99      $20.00      $20.00      0.00%
      Duluth                          Credit-by-Examamination Fee                                  1 to 999.99         $50.00      $50.00      0.00%
      Duluth                          Transcript Fee                                               0 to 999.99          $5.00       $5.00      0.00%
      Duluth                          Transcript Fee - Rush Order                                  0 to 999.99         $10.00      $10.00      0.00%
      Duluth                          Transcript Fee - Rush Order/Natl FedX                        0 to 999.99         $25.00      $25.00      0.00%
      Duluth                          Transcript Fee - Rush Order/Intl FedX                        0 to 999.99         $30.00      $30.00      0.00%
      Duluth                          Rochester MBA Technology Fee                                 0.05 to 5.99        $75.00      $75.00      0.00%
      Duluth                          Rochester MBA Technology Fee                                 6 to 999.99        $150.00     $150.00      0.00%
      Duluth                          Internet/Email Access Fee                                    0.05 to 12.99        $5.56       $5.73      3.06%
      Duluth                          Internet/Email Access Fee                                    13 to 999.99        $70.00      $74.49      6.41%
      Duluth                          CLA Technology/Equipment Fee                                 5 to 999.99          $5.00       $5.00      0.00%




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      Duluth                          Education Administration Licensure Program-application fee   0.05 to 999.99     New Fee      $30.00    New Fee

      Morris                          Late Payment Fee                                             0 to 999.99         $20.00      $30.00     50.00%
      Morris                          Installment Fee                                              0 to 999.99         $10.00      $35.00    250.00%
      Morris                          Application Fee                                              0 to 999.99         $35.00      $35.00      0.00%
      Morris                          Freshman Confirmation Fee                                    0 to 999.99        $125.00     $150.00     20.00%
      Morris                          Student Center Fee                                           0.05 to 999.99      $39.00      $39.00      0.00%
      Morris                          Activity Fee                                                 6 to 999.99         $89.00      $93.50      5.06%
      Morris                          Intercollegiate Athletic Fee                                 6 to 999.99         $25.00      $25.00      0.00%
      Morris                          Activity Fee - Summer                                        0.05 to 999.99      $30.00      $30.00      0.00%
      Morris                          Technology Fee                                               6 to 999.99         $52.50      $52.50      0.00%
      Morris                          Transcript Fee                                               0.05 to 999.99       $5.00       $5.00      0.00%
      Morris                          Transcript Fee - Rush                                        0.05 to 999.99      $10.00      $10.00      0.00%
      Morris                          NSF Check Charge                                             0.05 to 999.99      $20.00      $20.00      0.00%
      Morris                          Transfer Confirmation Fee                                    0.05 to 999.99     $125.00     $150.00     20.00%
      Morris                          Credit Exam                                                  0.05 to 999.99      $50.00      $50.00      0.00%
      Morris                          U Card Replacement Fee                                       0.05 to 999.99      $15.00      $15.00      0.00%
      Morris                          Health Service Fee                                           6 to 999.99         $70.00      $75.00      7.14%
      Morris                          Regional Fitness Center Fee                                  6 to 999.99         $57.50      $57.50      0.00%
      Morris                          GLOBAL STU TCHG APPLICATION FEE                              0.05 to 999.99     New Fee     $275.00    New Fee
      Morris                          ELTAP Application Fee                                        0.05 to 999.99     New Fee     $275.00    New Fee
      Morris                          Out of Area Student Teaching Fee                             0.05 to 999.99     New Fee     $275.00    New Fee
      Morris                          Transcript Fee - rush national fedex                         0.05 to 999.99     New Fee      $25.00    New Fee
      Morris                          Transcript Fee - rush international fedex                    0.05 to 999.99     New Fee      $30.00    New Fee
      Morris                          Late Reigstration - 1st Week                                 0.05 to 999.99     New Fee      $50.00    New Fee
      Morris                          Late Registration - 2nd Week                                 0.05 to 999.99     New Fee      $50.00    New Fee
      Morris                          Late Registration - 3rd Week                                 0.05 to 999.99     New Fee     $100.00    New Fee
                                                               Attachment 9
                          University of Minnesota - 2009 - 10 Tuition Plan: Academic/Term Fees - Per Semester

                                                                                                                        2009        2010        Percent
      Campus/College                     Fee Name                                                      Credits          Amount      Amount      Change
      Rochester                          Rochester Technology Fee                                      0.05 to 5.99        $50.00      $50.00    0.00%
      Rochester                          Rochester Technology Fee                                      6 to 999.99        $100.00     $100.00    0.00%
      Rochester                          Rochester Student Services Fee                                6 to 999.99          $3.00     $160.00 5233.33%
      Rochester                          BSHS Technology Fee                                           0.05 to 5.99       New Fee     $100.00 New Fee
      Rochester                          BSHS Technology Fee                                           6 to 999.99        New Fee     $500.00 New Fee
      Rochester                          Application Fee                                               0.05 to 999.99     New Fee      $35.00 New Fee
      Rochester                          Enrollment Deposit Fee                                        0.05 to 999.99     New Fee     $300.00 New Fee

      Twin Cities
      Twin Cities - Campuswide           Student Stadium Fee                                           6 to 999.99         $12.50      $12.50      0.00%
      Twin Cities - Campuswide           Capital Enhancement Fee for Student Life                      6 to 999.99         $12.50      $25.00    100.00%

      College of Design                  CDes Collegiate Fee Undergraduate except Housing & Retail     1 to 5             $135.00     $144.00      6.67%
      College of Design                  CDes Collegiate Fee Undergraduate except Housing & Retail     6 to 999           $268.00     $288.00      7.46%
      College of Design                  CDes Collegiate Fee Summer non-housing non-retail             1 to 5              $67.50      $72.00      6.67%
      College of Design                  CDes Collegiate Fee Summer non-housing non-retail             6 to 99999         $135.00     $144.00      6.67%
      College of Design                  Key Deposit Fee                                               0.05 to 999.99      $20.00      $20.00      0.00%
      College of Design                  CDes Collegiate fee for Grad Programs full-rate               0.05 to 5.99       $135.00     $144.00      6.67%
                                         CDes Collegiate fee for Grad Programs full-rate               6 to 999           $268.00     $288.00      7.46%
      College of Design                  CDes Collegiate Fee for Housing & Retail Undergrad majors     1 to 5              $95.00     $102.00      7.37%
      College of Design                  CDes Collegiate Fee for Housing & Retail Undergrad majors     6 to 999.99        $190.00     $204.00      7.37%
      College of Design                  Collegiate Fee for DHA Grad Plans, MA, MS, and PhD            0.05 to 5.99        $95.00     $102.00      7.37%
      College of Design                  Collegiate Fee for DHA Grad Plans, MA, MS, and PhD            6 to 999.99        $190.00     $204.00      7.37%
      College of Design                  CDes Collegiate Fee Summer Housing and Retail Merchandising   0.05 to 5.99        $47.50      $51.00      7.37%




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      College of Design                  CDes Collegiate Fee Summer Housing and Retail Merchandising   6 to 999.99         $95.00     $102.00      7.37%
      College of Design                  Locker Rental Fee                                             0.05 to 999.99      $15.00      $15.00      0.00%
      College of Design                  MURP: Masters of Urban Regional Planning                      0.05 to 999.99     New Fee     $100.00    New Fee

      College of Biological Sciences     CBS Technology Fee - summer                                   3 to 999.99         $98.00     $102.00      4.08%
      College of Biological Sciences     CBS Technology Fee                                            3 to 5.99           $98.00     $102.00      4.08%
      College of Biological Sciences     CBS Technology Fee                                            6 to 999.99        $196.00     $203.00      3.57%
      College of Biological Sciences     Special Exam Fee                                              0.05 to 999.99     New Fee      $50.00    New Fee

      College of Ed/Human Dev            EdHD Technology Fee                                           0.05 to 5.99        $60.00      $65.00      8.33%
      College of Ed/Human Dev            EdHD Technology Fee                                           6 to 999.99        $120.00     $130.00      8.33%
      College of Ed/Human Dev            EDPA Administrative Licensure Fee                             0.05 to 999.99     $550.00     $550.00      0.00%
      College of Ed/Human Dev            Part-time School Counseling Licensure Application Fee         0.05 to 999.99      $30.00      $30.00      0.00%
      College of Ed/Human Dev            School Psychology Program Fees - 1st & 2nd yr students        0.05 to 999.99      $75.00      $75.00      0.00%
      College of Ed/Human Dev            School Psychology Program Fees - 3rd yr students              0.05 to 999.99      $30.00      $30.00      0.00%
      College of Ed/Human Dev            Master of Education and Endorsement Program Application Fee   0.05 to 999.99      $55.00      $55.00      0.00%
      College of Ed/Human Dev            Initial Licensure-Master of Education Confirmation Fee        0.05 to 999.99      $50.00      $95.00     90.00%
      College of Ed/Human Dev            Credential Registration Fee                                   0.05 to 999.99      $48.00      $48.00      0.00%
      College of Ed/Human Dev            Credential Fee Additional Files                               0.05 to 999.99       $5.00       $5.00      0.00%
      College of Ed/Human Dev            Credential Copy Fee                                           0.05 to 999.99       $5.00       $5.00      0.00%
      College of Ed/Human Dev            Inactive Credential File Fee                                  0.05 to 999.99      $12.00      $12.00      0.00%
      College of Ed/Human Dev            Credential Next Day Service                                   0.05 to 999.99      $15.00      $15.00      0.00%
      College of Ed/Human Dev            Credential Pick Up Fee                                        0.05 to 999.99       $5.00       $5.00      0.00%
      College of Ed/Human Dev            EDPA Multiple Endorsement Fee                                 0.05 to 999.99     $275.00     $275.00      0.00%
      College of Ed/Human Dev            EdHD Technology Fee (fall, spring, summer)                    0.05 to 5.99        $60.00      $65.00      8.33%
      College of Ed/Human Dev            EdHD Technology Fee (fall, spring, summer)                    6 to 999.99        $120.00     $130.00      8.33%
      College of Ed/Human Dev            Credit Exam Fee                                               0.05 to 999.99      $50.00      $50.00      0.00%
      College of Ed/Human Dev            Ed. Psy. First Year Student Materials Fee                     0.05 to 999.99     New Fee     $210.00    New Fee
                                                             Attachment 9
                        University of Minnesota - 2009 - 10 Tuition Plan: Academic/Term Fees - Per Semester

                                                                                                                              2009         2010         Percent
      Campus/College                   Fee Name                                                              Credits          Amount       Amount       Change
      College of Ed/Human Dev          SSW Graduate Seating Fee                                              0.05 to 999.99     New Fee       $75.00     New Fee

      College of Liberal Arts          Grad CLA Technology Fee                                               0.05 to 5.99         $52.50       $52.50      0.00%
      College of Liberal Arts          Grad CLA Technology Fee                                               6 to 999.99         $105.00      $105.00      0.00%
      College of Liberal Arts          UG CLA Technology Fee                                                 0.05 to 5.99         $52.50       $52.50      0.00%
      College of Liberal Arts          UG CLA Technology Fee                                                 6 to 999.99         $105.00      $105.00      0.00%
      College of Liberal Arts          Art-Majors Studio Deposits                                            0.05 to 999.99       $50.00       $50.00      0.00%
      College of Liberal Arts          Art-Graduate Studio Deposit                                           0.05 to 999.99      $100.00      $100.00      0.00%
      College of Liberal Arts          CCLC-Job Search Jump Start workshop fees                              0.05 to 999.99       $20.00       $20.00      0.00%
      College of Liberal Arts          English-key deposit                                                   0.05 to 999.99       $10.00       $40.00    300.00%
      College of Liberal Arts          Marching Band Instrument rental                                       0.05 to 999.99       $50.00       $50.00      0.00%
      College of Liberal Arts          Music-Instrument Rental Level I (Music Ed/Non-Professional)           0.05 to 999.99      $100.00      $100.00      0.00%
      College of Liberal Arts          Music-Instrument Rental Level II (Professional/Valued under $7000)    0.05 to 999.99      $135.00      $135.00      0.00%
      College of Liberal Arts          Music-Instrument Rental Level III (professional/valued over $7000)    0.05 to 999.99      $160.00      $160.00      0.00%
      College of Liberal Arts          Music- C, D, E, F, or G Practice Rooms-Semester Usage Majors/Minors   0.05 to 999.99       $80.00       $80.00      0.00%
      College of Liberal Arts          Music-Practice Rooms Hourly Usage Majors/Minors                       0.05 to 999.99       $25.00       $25.00      0.00%
      College of Liberal Arts          Music-Practice Room - lost access card                                0.05 to 999.99       $20.00       $20.00      0.00%
      College of Liberal Arts          Music - Recital Staffing                                              0.05 to 999.99       $60.00       $60.00      0.00%
      College of Liberal Arts          Marching Band - Spat camp                                             0.05 to 999.99       $80.00       $80.00      0.00%
      College of Liberal Arts          Music- Locker Room Keycard Replacement                                0.05 to 999.99       $45.00       $45.00      0.00%
      College of Liberal Arts          Music- Locker Rental Full-Year                                        0.05 to 999.99       $90.00       $90.00      0.00%
      College of Liberal Arts          Music - Locker Rental Single Term                                     0.05 to 999.99       $70.00       $70.00      0.00%
      College of Liberal Arts          CLA Language Center-Student Multimedia Lab Printing                   0.05 to 999.99        $0.10        $0.10      0.00%
      College of Liberal Arts          Art Locker Fee in Regis Center                                        0.05 to 999.99       $45.00       $45.00      0.00%




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      College of Liberal Arts          CCLC - NSE Orientation/Activity Fee                                   0.05 to 999.99       $50.00       $50.00      0.00%
      College of Liberal Arts          CCLC - NSE Program Fees                                               0.05 to 999.99      $200.00      $200.00      0.00%
      College of Liberal Arts          Art Locker Fee in Regis Center - fall or spring                       0.05 to 999.99       $25.00       $25.00      0.00%
      College of Liberal Arts          Art Locker Fee in Regis Center - spring or summer                     0.05 to 999.99       $50.00       $50.00      0.00%
      College of Liberal Arts          Marching Band - Uniform Dry Cleaning (from $1.50 to $25)              0.05 to 999.99        $1.50        $1.50      0.00%
      College of Liberal Arts          Music- C, D, E, F, or G Practice Rooms-Semester Use NonMajor/Minor    0.05 to 999.99      $110.00      $110.00      0.00%
      College of Liberal Arts          Music- B Practice Rooms-Semester Usage Majors/Minors                  0.05 to 999.99       $65.00       $65.00      0.00%
      College of Liberal Arts          Music- B Practice Rooms-Semester Use NonMajor/Minor                   0.05 to 999.99      $100.00      $100.00      0.00%
      College of Liberal Arts          Music- Recital Cancellation 7 or less days                            0.05 to 999.99      $150.00      $150.00      0.00%
      College of Liberal Arts          Music- Recital Cancellation 8-28 days                                 0.05 to 999.99       $75.00       $75.00      0.00%
      College of Liberal Arts          Music- Ferguson Hall Lobby rental for Recital Receptions              0.05 to 999.99       $35.00       $35.00      0.00%
      College of Liberal Arts          Music- Ultan Recital Hall Rental                                      0.05 to 999.99       $25.00       $25.00      0.00%
      College of Liberal Arts          Music- Recording Technical Assistance                                 0.05 to 999.99       $35.00       $35.00      0.00%
      College of Liberal Arts          Music- Requested Piano and/or Harpsichord Tunings                     0.05 to 999.99      $100.00      $100.00      0.00%
      College of Liberal Arts          Music- Recital Recording Editing                                      0.05 to 999.99       $35.00       $35.00      0.00%
      College of Liberal Arts          CLA Language Ctr-Individual LPE Testing                               0.05 to 999.99       $30.00       $30.00      0.00%
      College of Liberal Arts          CLA Language Center - LPE Screening Test                              0.05 to 999.99       $20.00       $20.00      0.00%
      College of Liberal Arts          CLA Equipment Loan Late Fees                                          0.05 to 999.99       $25.00       $25.00      0.00%
      College of Liberal Arts          Ensemble lost music 10 or less pieces                                 0.05 to 999.99       $50.00       $50.00      0.00%
      College of Liberal Arts          Ensemble lost music fee 11 or more pieces                             0.05 to 999.99       $75.00       $75.00      0.00%
      College of Liberal Arts          Ensemble lost music fee: lost score                                   0.05 to 999.99      $200.00      $200.00      0.00%
      College of Liberal Arts          Art Dept Equipment Replacement                                        0.05 to 999.99    $3,500.00    $3,500.00      0.00%
      College of Liberal Arts          Art Dept Late Equipment Fee                                           0.05 to 999.99       $25.00       $25.00      0.00%
      College of Liberal Arts          Recording Session Cancellation Fee                                    0.05 to 999.99      $100.00      $100.00      0.00%
      College of Liberal Arts          Art Locker Fee in Regis Center                                        0.05 to 999.99       $10.00       $10.00      0.00%
      College of Liberal Arts          Art - Key Deposit                                                     0.05 to 999.99       $10.00       $10.00      0.00%
      College of Liberal Arts          CLA Special Exam Fee                                                  0.05 to 999.99       $50.00       $50.00      0.00%
      College of Liberal Arts          Music-Performance Duplication Fee                                     0.05 to 999.99       $12.00       $12.00      0.00%
                                                             Attachment 9
                        University of Minnesota - 2009 - 10 Tuition Plan: Academic/Term Fees - Per Semester

                                                                                                                          2009         2010         Percent
      Campus/College                       Fee Name                                                      Credits          Amount       Amount       Change
      College of Liberal Arts              CCLC - NSE Program Fee                                        0.05 to 999.99     $200.00      $200.00       0.00%
      College of Liberal Arts              Art Dept Eqiuipment Repair                                    0.05 to 999.99     New Fee      $500.00     New Fee
      College of Liberal Arts              Music-Practice Rooms Hourly Usage Non-Majors/Minors           0.05 to 999.99      $50.00       $50.00       0.00%
      College of Liberal Arts              CCLC Skills Inventory Testing Fee                             0.05 to 999.99     New Fee       $15.00     New Fee
      College of Liberal Arts              Department of History Graduate Placement Service Fee          0.05 to 999.99     New Fee        $4.00     New Fee

      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   Dietetic Internship                                           0.05 to 999.99    $3,400.00    $3,400.00      0.00%
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   CFANS Technology Fee     (UG, Grad, DM - spring & fall)       0 to 5.99            $55.00       $55.00      0.00%
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   CFANS Technology Fee     (UG, Grad, DM - spring & fall)       6 to 999.99         $110.00      $110.00      0.00%
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   CFANS Technology Fee     (UG, Grad, DM - summer)              0 to 2.99            $27.50       $27.50      0.00%
      College of Food/Agric/Nat Rsrc Sci   CFANS Technology Fee     (UG, Grad, DM - summer)              3 to 999.99          $55.00       $55.00      0.00%

      Carlson School of Management         CSOM PT-MBA Student Svcs & Tech Fee                           0.05 to 999.99      $290.00      $290.00      0.00%
      Carlson School of Management         CSOM PT-MBA Student Svcs & Tech Fee                           0.05 to 999.99      $145.00      $145.00      0.00%
      Carlson School of Management         CSOM Sum PhD MAHRIR Technology Fee - summer                   0.05 to 999.99      $157.50      $157.50      0.00%
      Carlson School of Management         CSOM FT-MBA Student Svcs & Tech Fee                           0.05 to 999.99      $480.00      $480.00      0.00%
      Carlson School of Management         CSOM FT-MBA Student Svcs & Tech Fee - summer                  0.05 to 999.99      $240.00      $240.00      0.00%
      Carlson School of Management         CSOM Sum EMAHRIR, MBT, MAcc Technology Fee                    0.05 to 999.99      $107.50      $107.50      0.00%
      Carlson School of Management         CSOM Sum Ugrd w                                               0.05 to 5.99         $50.00       $50.00      0.00%
      Carlson School of Management         CSOM Ugrd w                                                   0.05 to 5.99        $100.00      $100.00      0.00%
      Carlson School of Management         CSOM EMAHRIR, MAcc, MBT, AS Technology Fee                    0.05 to 999.99      $215.00      $215.00      0.00%
      Carlson School of Management         Carlson School International Program Cancellation Fee         0.05 to 999.99    $1,500.00    $1,500.00      0.00%
      Carlson School of Management         Carlson School International Program Deferral Fee             0.05 to 999.99      $500.00      $500.00      0.00%
      Carlson School of Management         CSOM PhD, MAHRIR Technology Fee                               0.05 to 999.99      $315.00      $315.00      0.00%




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      Carlson School of Management         CSOM Credit Exam fee                                          0.01 to 999.99       $50.00       $50.00      0.00%
      Carlson School of Management         CSOM UGrad Student Svcs & Tech Fee - summer                   6 to 999.99         $237.50      $237.50      0.00%
      Carlson School of Management         CSOM UGrad Student Svcs & Tech Fee                            6 to 999.99         $475.00      $475.00      0.00%
      Carlson School of Management         CSOM MBA Laptop                                               0.05 to 999.99      $733.86      $749.80      2.17%
      Carlson School of Management         CSOM Global Enrichment Appl Fee                               0.05 to 999.99     New Fee        $50.00    New Fee
      Carlson School of Management         CSOM Global Immersion Appl Fee                                0.05 to 999.99     New Fee        $50.00    New Fee

      School of Dentistry                  Dentistry Instrument Usage Fee - Peds(Grad & Certificate)     0.05 to 999.99      $650.00      $699.00      7.54%
      School of Dentistry                  Dentistry Instrument Usage Fee - Perio(Grad & Certificate)    0.05 to 999.99      $480.00      $516.00      7.50%
      School of Dentistry                  DDS Student Application Fee                                   0.05 to 999.99       $75.00       $75.00      0.00%
      School of Dentistry                  DDS Tuition Deposits                                          0.05 to 999.99    $1,000.00    $1,000.00      0.00%
      School of Dentistry                  Dental Hygiene Tuition Deposits                               0.05 to 999.99      $150.00      $161.00      7.33%
      School of Dentistry                  Transfer Evaluation Fee - DDS                                 0.05 to 999.99    $1,000.00    $1,000.00      0.00%
      School of Dentistry                  Dentistry Instrument Usage Fee - Prosth(Grad & Certificate)   0.05 to 999.99      $745.00      $801.00      7.52%
      School of Dentistry                  Microscope Fee - Endo1(Grad & Certificate)                    0.05 to 999.99      $425.00      $425.00      0.00%
      School of Dentistry                  Microscope Fee - Endo2(Grad & Certificate)                    0.05 to 999.99      $425.00      $425.00      0.00%
      School of Dentistry                  Dental Overgarment Fee - Oral Surgery                         0.02 to 999.99       $52.00       $56.00      7.69%
      School of Dentistry                  Dentistry Instrument Usage Fee - TMJ(Grad & Certificate)      0.05 to 999.99      $380.00      $409.00      7.63%
      School of Dentistry                  Dental Overgarment Fee - Ortho(Grad and Certificate)          0.05 to 999.99       $78.00       $84.00      7.69%
      School of Dentistry                  Dentistry Instrument Usage Fee - DDS1                         0.05 to 999.99    $1,600.00    $1,720.00      7.50%
      School of Dentistry                  Dentistry Instrument Usage Fee - DDS2                         0.05 to 999.99    $1,530.00    $1,645.00      7.52%
      School of Dentistry                  Dentistry Instrument Usage Fee -DDS2 - summer                 0.05 to 999.99      $731.00      $786.00      7.52%
      School of Dentistry                  Dentistry Instrument Usage Fee - DDS3                         0.05 to 999.99    $1,430.00    $1,537.00      7.48%
      School of Dentistry                  Dentistry Instrument Usage Fee - DDS3 - summer                0.05 to 999.99      $860.00      $925.00      7.56%
      School of Dentistry                  Dentistry Instrument Usage Fee - DDS4, DDS5                   0.05 to 999.99    $1,375.00    $1,478.00      7.49%
      School of Dentistry                  Dentistry Instrument Usage Fee -DDS4 - summer                 0.05 to 999.99      $731.00      $786.00      7.52%
      School of Dentistry                  Dentistry Instrument Usage Fee - Endo(Grad & Certificate)     0.05 to 999.99      $680.00      $731.00      7.50%
      School of Dentistry                  Dentistry Instrument Usage Fee - DH                           0.05 to 999.99      $625.00      $672.00      7.52%
                                                             Attachment 9
                        University of Minnesota - 2009 - 10 Tuition Plan: Academic/Term Fees - Per Semester

                                                                                                                           2009        2010        Percent
      Campus/College                   Fee Name                                                           Credits          Amount      Amount      Change
      School of Dentistry              Dent Fellow Spec (OMS)                                             0.05 to 999.99   $818.00    $879.00         7.46%
      School of Dentistry              Dent Fellow Spec (ORTHO,PED,PERIO,PROS,TMJ,OHSOA,ENDO)             0.05 to 999.99 $1,637.00 $1,760.00          7.51%
      School of Dentistry              Dentistry Equipment Fee - Grad and Certificate Programs, DDS 3&4   0.05 to 999.99   $162.00    $174.00         7.41%
      School of Dentistry              Health Insurance Premium - Dental Residents and DT Masters         0.05 to 999.99     $99.00   $137.00        38.38%
      School of Dentistry              Disability Insurance -DDS1&2&3&4&Pass& Dent Therapy (Fall only)    0.05 to 999.99     $70.00     $75.00        7.14%
      School of Dentistry              DDS4 Modified Cirriculum                                           0.05 to 999.99   $441.00    $474.00         7.48%
      School of Dentistry              DDS3 Modified Cirriculum                                           0.05 to 999.99   $348.00    $374.00         7.47%
      School of Dentistry              DDS2 Modified Cirriculum                                           0.05 to 999.99   $462.00    $497.00         7.58%
      School of Dentistry              DDS1 Modified Cirriculum                                           0.05 to 999.99   $463.00    $498.00         7.56%
      School of Dentistry              Dentistry Instrument Usage Fee DDS5                                0.05 to 999.99   $709.00    $762.00         7.48%
      School of Dentistry              PASS STUDENT APPLICATION FEE                                       0.05 to 999.99   $100.00    $100.00         0.00%
      School of Dentistry              PASS1 PROGRAM DEPOSITS                                             0.05 to 999.99 $19,215.00 $20,850.00        8.51%
      School of Dentistry              DDS1 Modidified Cirriculum- Non resident                           0.05 to 999.99   $821.00    $882.00         7.43%
      School of Dentistry              DDS2 MODIFIED CIRRICULUM-NON RESIDENT                              0.05 to 999.99   $823.00    $885.00         7.53%
      School of Dentistry              DDS3 MODIFIED CIRRICULUM-NON RESIDENT                              0.05 to 999.99   $619.00    $665.00         7.43%
      School of Dentistry              DDS4 MODIFIED CIRRICULUM-NON RESIDENT                              0.05 to 999.99   $784.00    $843.00         7.53%
      School of Dentistry              Dentistry Equipment Fee - DH - summer                              0.05 to 999.99   $162.00    $174.00         7.41%
      School of Dentistry              Dentistry Instrument Usage Fee-DH                                  0.05 to 999.99   $375.00    $403.00         7.47%
      School of Dentistry              Dentistry Instrument Usage Fee DDS3-PASS - summer                  0.05 to 999.99   $860.00    $925.00         7.56%
      School of Dentistry              Dentistry Instrument Usage Fee-DDS3-PASS                           0.05 to 999.99 $1,430.00 $1,537.00          7.48%
      School of Dentistry              Dentistry Instrument Usage Fee DDS4-PASS                           0.05 to 999.99 $1,375.00 $1,478.00          7.49%
      School of Dentistry              Dentistry Instrument Usage Fee DDS4-PASS - summer                  0.05 to 999.99   $731.00    $786.00         7.52%
      School of Dentistry              Dentistry Equipment Fee DDS-PASS 3 & 4, Dental Hygiene/Grad        0.05 to 999.99   $162.00    $174.00         7.41%
      School of Dentistry              Dental Hygiene Grad Application Fee                                0.05 to 999.99   $100.00    $100.00         0.00%




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      School of Dentistry              Dental Equipment Fee DDS 1 DDS2                                    0.05 to 999.99   $200.00    $215.00         7.50%
      School of Dentistry              Dent Endo Typodont-PASS DDS3                                       0.05 to 999.99   $129.00    $139.00         7.75%
      School of Dentistry              Dent Lab Articulators DDS3-PASS                                    0.05 to 999.99   $800.00    $860.00         7.50%
      School of Dentistry              Dent Oper/Pros Typodont-DDS3-PASS                                  0.05 to 999.99   $180.00    $194.00         7.78%
      School of Dentistry              Health Insurance Premium-Masters Dental Hygiene                    0.05 to 999.99     $99.00   $137.00        38.38%
      School of Dentistry              DDS2 MODIFIED CIRRICULUM-NON RESIDENT                              0.05 to 999.99   $823.00    $885.00         7.53%
      School of Dentistry              Dental Instrument Usage Fee Dental Therapy-UG YR 3 & Grad          0.05 to 999.99   New Fee $1,600.00        New Fee
      School of Dentistry              Dental Imstrument Usage Fee Dental Therapy-UG YR 3 & Grad          0.05 to 999.99   New Fee    $848.00       New Fee
      School of Dentistry              Dental Equipment Fee-Dental Therapy Undergrad YR 3&4 & Grad        0.05 to 999.99   New Fee    $174.00       New Fee
      School of Dentistry              Oral Anatomy Teeth-CD (Fall Only)                                  0.05 to 999.99   New Fee      $12.00      New Fee

      Exec VP & Provost                Grad School Orientation Fee                                        0.05 to 999.99      $50.00      $50.00      0.00%
      Exec VP & Provost                Stop Payment-returned refund checks fee                            0.05 to 999.99      $10.00      $10.00      0.00%
      Exec VP & Provost                Application Fee - Undergrads                                       0 to 999.99         $45.00      $55.00     22.22%
      Exec VP & Provost                Transcript-official copy                                           0.05 to 999.99       $5.00       $5.00      0.00%
      Exec VP & Provost                Transcript-official copy Rush                                      0.05 to 999.99      $10.00      $10.00      0.00%
      Exec VP & Provost                Late Payment                                                       0.05 to 999.99      $30.00      $30.00      0.00%
      Exec VP & Provost                Installment                                                        0.05 to 999.99      $35.00      $35.00      0.00%
      Exec VP & Provost                NSF Check Charge                                                   0.05 to 999.99      $20.00      $20.00      0.00%
      Exec VP & Provost                Late Registration-1st and 2nd week                                 0.05 to 999.99      $50.00      $50.00      0.00%
      Exec VP & Provost                Late Registration-3rd week                                         0.05 to 999.99     $100.00     $100.00      0.00%
      Exec VP & Provost                Transcript&other misc-Fed Ex Priority Overnight                    0.05 to 999.99      $15.00      $15.00      0.00%
      Exec VP & Provost                Transcript&other misc-International Priority                       0.05 to 999.99      $20.00      $20.00      0.00%
      Exec VP & Provost                Late Registration-1st week Summer                                  0.05 to 999.99      $25.00      $25.00      0.00%
      Exec VP & Provost                Late Registration-2nd week Summer                                  0.05 to 999.99      $50.00      $50.00      0.00%
      Exec VP & Provost                Freshman Confirmation Fee                                          0.05 to 999.99     $160.00     $175.00      9.40%
      Exec VP & Provost                Transfer Confirmation Fee                                          0.05 to 999.99      $70.00      $80.00     14.30%
                                                             Attachment 9
                        University of Minnesota - 2009 - 10 Tuition Plan: Academic/Term Fees - Per Semester

                                                                                                                   2009         2010         Percent
      Campus/College                    Fee Name                                                  Credits          Amount       Amount       Change
      Graduate School                   Application Fee - intern'l applicants                     0 to 999.99         $75.00       $95.00      26.67%
      Graduate School                   Application Fee - domestic applicants                     0 to 999.99         $55.00       $75.00      36.36%
      Graduate School                   Graduate School Re-Admission/Change of Status             0.05 to 999.99      $55.00       $75.00      36.36%

      Humphrey Inst of Public Affairs   HHH Technology Fee                                        0.05 to 5.99        $125.00      $125.00      0.00%
      Humphrey Inst of Public Affairs   HHH Technology Fee                                        6 to 999.99         $250.00      $250.00      0.00%
      Humphrey Inst of Public Affairs   HHH Technology Fee - summer                               0.05 to 2.99         $37.50       $37.50      0.00%
      Humphrey Inst of Public Affairs   HHH Technology Fee - summer                               3 to 999.99          $50.00       $50.00      0.00%
      Humphrey Inst of Public Affairs   Muskie Fellow Orientation Fee First Year                  0.05 to 999.99    $1,000.00    $1,000.00      0.00%
      Humphrey Inst of Public Affairs   Muskie Fellow Orientation Fee - second year               0.05 to 999.99      $500.00      $500.00      0.00%

      Health Sciences                   Application Processing Fee                                0.05 to 999.99      $55.00       $55.00       0.00%
      Health Sciences                   Admission Confirmation Fee                                0.05 to 999.99     $250.00      $250.00       0.00%

      Institute of Technology           ISE Year 2 Fee                                            0.05 to 999.99      $850.00      $900.00      5.88%
      Institute of Technology           ISE Year 1 Fee                                            0.05 to 999.99      $900.00    $1,175.00     30.56%
      Institute of Technology           MOT per credit fee                                        0.05 to 999.99      $150.00      $180.00     20.00%
      Institute of Technology           ISE Year 3 Fee                                            0.05 to 999.99      $850.00      $850.00      0.00%
      Institute of Technology           MOT Year 2 Fees                                           0.05 to 999.99    $1,350.00    $1,400.00      3.70%
      Institute of Technology           MOT Year 1 Fee                                            0.05 to 999.99    $1,400.00    $1,700.00     21.43%
      Institute of Technology           Locker Rental - Civil Eng                                 0.05 to 999.99       $15.00       $15.00      0.00%
      Institute of Technology           Lab Key Deposit                                           0.05 to 999.99        $5.00        $5.00      0.00%
      Institute of Technology           Environmental Lab Key Deposit                             0.05 to 999.99       $10.00       $10.00      0.00%
      Institute of Technology           Grad Student Office Key Deposit                           0.05 to 999.99       $20.00       $20.00      0.00%




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      Institute of Technology           Desk Key Deposit                                          0.05 to 999.99       $20.00       $20.00      0.00%
      Institute of Technology           Civi lEng Building Key Deposit                            0.05 to 999.99        $5.00        $5.00      0.00%
      Institute of Technology           Mechanical Eng - Key Deposit                              0.05 to 999.99       $15.00       $15.00      0.00%
      Institute of Technology           CEMS Key Deposit - Sub Master, Master                     0.05 to 999.99       $10.00       $10.00      0.00%
      Institute of Technology           E&CE Key Deposit                                          0.05 to 999.99       $10.00       $10.00      0.00%
      Institute of Technology           CS&E Key Deposit                                          0.05 to 999.99       $20.00       $20.00      0.00%
      Institute of Technology           Shepherd Lab Building Key Deposit                         0.05 to 999.99        $5.00        $5.00      0.00%
      Institute of Technology           IT Technology Fee (summer)                                0.5 to 2.99          $50.00       $50.00      0.00%
      Institute of Technology           IT Technology Fee (summer)                                3 to 999.99         $100.00      $100.00      0.00%
      Institute of Technology           IT Technology Fee (fall, spring)                          3 to 5.99           $100.00      $100.00      0.00%
      Institute of Technology           IT Technology Fee (fall, spring)                          6 to 999.99         $200.00      $200.00      0.00%
      Institute of Technology           ISE per credit fee                                        0.05 to 999.99      $120.00      $157.00     30.83%
      Institute of Technology           MOT or ISE late capstone fee                              0.05 to 999.99      $500.00      $500.00      0.00%
      Institute of Technology           Credit Exam Fee - Test out                                0.05 to 999.99       $50.00       $50.00      0.00%
      Institute of Technology           E&CE Key Deposit                                          0.05 to 999.99       $10.00       $15.00     50.00%
      Institute of Technology           SE Year 1 and Year 2 Fee                                  0.05 to 999.99    $1,290.00    $1,350.00      4.65%

      Law School                        Law School Technology Fee for Summer School               0.05 to 999.99      $180.00      $180.00      0.00%
      Law School                        Law School Transcript Fee                                 0.05 to 999.99        $5.00        $5.00      0.00%
      Law School                        Law School Locker Fee                                     0.05 to 999.99       $10.00       $10.00      0.00%
      Law School                        Application Fee for Law School Students                   0.05 to 999.99       $70.00       $75.00      7.14%
      Law School                        Beijing China Summer Program                              0.05 to 5         $2,221.93    $3,750.00     68.77%
      Law School                        Beijing China Summer Program                              6 to 6              $500.00      $750.00     50.00%
      Law School                        Technology/Academic Fee                                   0.05 to 999.99      $450.00      $450.00      0.00%
      Law School                        Beijing Summer Housing Fee                                0.05 to 999.99    $1,929.00    $1,500.00    -22.24%
      Law School                        LLM Application Fee                                       0.05 to 999.99       $70.00       $70.00      0.00%
      Law School                        Laptop Purchase Charge                                    0.05 to 999.99      $650.00      $700.00      7.69%
                                                               Attachment 9
                          University of Minnesota - 2009 - 10 Tuition Plan: Academic/Term Fees - Per Semester

                                                                                                                                  2009        2010        Percent
      Campus/College                     Fee Name                                                                Credits          Amount      Amount      Change
      Medical School                     Mort Sci Technology Fee                                                 0.05 to 999.99      $50.00      $50.00      0.00%
      Medical School                     Medical School Collegiate/tech fee for Medical Students (TC & Duluth)   0.05 to 999.99     $200.00     $200.00      0.00%
      Medical School                     Medical School Collegiate/tech fee for Allied Health Students           0.05 to 999.99     $150.00     $150.00      0.00%

      School of Nursing                  Intent To Enroll - Baccalaureate Nursing Program                        0.05 to 999.99     $500.00     $500.00      0.00%
      School of Nursing                  Collegiate Fee - Nurse Anesthesia Program                               0.05 to 999.99     $425.00     $457.00      7.53%
      School of Nursing                  Nursing BSN Testing and module training                                 0.05 to 999.99      $66.00      $75.00     13.64%
      School of Nursing                  Nursing MN Testing and module training                                  0.05 to 999.99      $50.00      $60.00     20.00%
      School of Nursing                  Nursing Collegiate Fee - Undergraduate                                  0.05 to 999.99      $12.90     $139.00    977.52%
      School of Nursing                  Nursing Collegiate Fee - Graduate                                       0.05 to 5.99        $21.50      $23.25      8.14%
      School of Nursing                  Nursing Collegiate Fee - Graduate                                       6 to 999.99        $129.00     $139.00      7.75%
      School of Nursing                  Collegiate Fee-Masters in Nursing                                       0.05 to 999.99      $21.50     $139.00    546.51%
      School of Nursing                  Intent To Enroll - MN & DNP Programs                                    0.05 to 999.99     $500.00     $500.00      0.00%
      School of Nursing                  Nursing Collegiate Fee - Doctorate in Nursing Practice                  0.05 to 999.99      $21.50     $139.00    546.51%
      School of Nursing                  BSN Program Fee                                                         0.05 to 999.99     New Fee     $700.00    New Fee

      International Programs             Int'l Stu Administrative Fee                                            0.02 to 999.99      $75.00      $80.00      6.67%
      International Programs             International Student Aid Fee                                           0.05 to 999.99      $12.00      $12.00      0.00%
      International Programs             Int'l Stu Administrative Fee-summer                                     0.05 to 999.99      $35.00      $40.00     14.29%
      International Programs             International Student Aid Fee - summer                                  0.05 to 999.99       $6.00       $6.00      0.00%

      College of Pharmacy                Pharmacy Collegiate Fee                                                 0.05 to 999.99     $150.00     $190.00     26.67%
      College of Pharmacy                Pharmacy Collegiate Fee - summer                                        0.05 to 999.99      $75.00      $95.00     26.67%
      College of Pharmacy                UMNDL Pharmacy Collegiate Fee - summer                                  0.05 to 999.99      $75.00      $95.00     26.67%




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      College of Pharmacy                UMNDL Pharmacy Collegiate Fee                                           0.05 to 999.99     $150.00     $190.00     26.67%

      School of Public Health            Public Health Technology Fee                                            0.05 to 5.99        $90.00      $90.00      0.00%
      School of Public Health            Public Health Technology Fee                                            6 to 999.99        $115.00     $115.00      0.00%
      School of Public Health            Public Health Technology Fee - summer                                   0.05 to 2.99        $45.00      $45.00      0.00%
      School of Public Health            Public Health Technology Fee - summer                                   3 to 999.99         $57.50      $57.50      0.00%

      College of Continuing Ed           CCE Collegiate Fee - summer                                             0.05 to 999.99      $18.50      $19.00      2.70%
      College of Continuing Ed           CCE Collegiate Fee                                                      0.05 to 999.99      $37.00      $38.00      2.70%
      College of Continuing Ed           ITI Program Technology Fee (fall, spring)                               0 to 999.99        $200.00     $200.00      0.00%
      College of Continuing Ed           Independent and Distance Learning                                       2 to 5.99           $85.00      $87.00      2.35%
      College of Continuing Ed           Independent and Distance Learning                                       6 to 10.99         $170.00     $178.00      4.71%
      College of Continuing Ed           Independent and Distance Learning                                       11 to 999.99       $255.00     $261.00      2.35%
      College of Continuing Ed           ITI Program Technology Fee (summer)                                     0.05 to 999.99     $100.00     $100.00      0.00%
      College of Continuing Ed           Testing Fee for English Lanuage Proficiency Testing                     0.05 to 999.99      $30.00      $30.00      0.00%

      University Services                Transportation Fee                                                      0.05 to 999.99      $16.00      $17.00      6.25%

      College of Veterinary Medicine     collegiate fee                                                          0.05 to 999.99     $275.00     $325.00     18.18%
                                                  Attachment 10
          University of Minnesota 2009 - 10 Tuition Plan: Course Fees in Lieu of Tuition - Per Semester

                                                                                               2009        2010       Percent
Duluth                      Class Name                                          Type          Amount      Amount      Change
Duluth                      Various courses - CITS Program Fee                  Flat             $84.44     $84.27      -0.20%
Duluth                      Various courses - CE Special Credit Program Fee     Per Credit       $88.00     $90.00       2.27%
Duluth                      EHS 799 CEHSP Masters Active Status                 Flat              $5.56      $5.73       3.06%
Duluth                      FST 1105 Study in England Program                   Flat            $850.00    $850.00       0.00%
Duluth                      FST 1105 Study in England Program                   Flat         $11,500.00 $13,400.00      16.52%
Duluth                      FST 1105 Study in England Program                   Flat          $7,800.00  $8,900.00      14.10%
Duluth                      FST 1120 Foreign Study Experience                   Flat            $250.00    $275.00      10.00%
Duluth                      FST 1120 Foreign Study Experience                   Flat             $36.00     $38.00       5.56%
Duluth                      GRAD 999 Graduate School Active Status              Flat              $5.56      $5.73       3.06%

Morris
Morris                      Global Stu Tchg Prog Fee                            Flat         $ 4,200.00 $ 4,200.00       0.00%

Twin Cities
College of Biological Sci   EEB 4842 Arctic Field Ecology                       Flat          $4,375.00   $4,375.00      0.00%

College of Ed/Human Dev     Various courses - CEHD PPG Collabaration Fee        Per Credit     New Fee     $289.00     New Fee
College of Ed/Human Dev     Various courses - CEHD PPG Conference Fee           Per Credit     New Fee     $105.00     New Fee
College of Ed/Human Dev     Various courses - CEHD PPG Special Rate Fee         Per Credit     New Fee      $60.00     New Fee

College of Liberal Arts     ARTS 5490 Workshop in Art                           Flat          $1,480.00   $1,480.00      0.00%
College of Liberal Arts     ID 3561 Literature in Social Context                Flat          $7,300.00   $7,300.00      0.00%
College of Liberal Arts     ID 3571 HECUA Mtro Urb Stud                         Flat          $7,300.00   $7,300.00      0.00%
College of Liberal Arts     ID 3581 City Arts - Reading Seminar                 Flat          $7,300.00   $7,300.00      0.00%
College of Liberal Arts     ID 3591 Adaptive Ecosystem Management               Flat          $7,300.00   $7,300.00      0.00%

Carlson School of Mgmt      Various courses - IBUS Study Abroad Grad Tuition    Per Credit      $923.00   $1,060.00     14.84%
Carlson School of Mgmt      Various courses - IBUS Study Abroad UG Tuition      Per Credit      $328.00     $353.00      7.62%
Carlson School of Mgmt      IBUS 5100 Undergraduate Semester - CIMBA            Flat          $4,225.00   $4,569.00      8.14%
Carlson School of Mgmt      IBUS 5200 Undergraduate Exchange                    Flat          $4,225.00   $4,569.00      8.14%

School of Dentistry         DENT 6000 Dent Clin                                 Per Credit     $445.00     $478.00       7.42%
School of Dentistry         DENT 6000 Dent Clin                                 Per Credit     $792.00     $851.00       7.45%

College of Continuing Ed    Various courses - College in the Schools            Flat            $143.00     $145.00      1.40%
College of Continuing Ed    Various courses - MELP/TOEFL Prep Course Fee        Flat            $575.00     $590.00      2.61%
College of Continuing Ed    Various courses - Intensive English Program (IEP)   Flat          $1,570.00   $1,570.00      0.00%
College of Continuing Ed    Various courses - Intensive English Program (IEP)   Flat          $1,025.00   $1,050.00      2.44%
College of Continuing Ed    Various courses - Intensive English Program (IEP)   Flat          $2,050.00   $2,100.00      2.44%
College of Continuing Ed    Various courses - Intensive English Program (IEP)   Flat            $785.00     $785.00      0.00%
College of Continuing Ed    Various courses - Intensive English Program (IEP)   Flat          $3,000.00   $3,000.00      0.00%
College of Continuing Ed    OPH 1101 Academic Studies OPHTECH                   Flat            $120.00     $120.00      0.00%
College of Continuing Ed    OPH 1201 Basic Science OPHTHTECHS                   Flat            $120.00     $120.00      0.00%
College of Continuing Ed    OPH 1301 Basic Science OPHTH Techs                  Flat            $120.00     $120.00      0.00%
College of Continuing Ed    OPH 1401 Clin Assist: OPH Tech                      Flat            $120.00     $120.00      0.00%
College of Continuing Ed    OPH 1501 Ophthalmic Tech Externship                 Flat            $200.00     $200.00      0.00%
College of Continuing Ed    OPH 1601 Oph Tech Externship                        Flat            $200.00     $200.00      0.00%
College of Continuing Ed    OPH 1701 Oph Tech Externship                        Flat            $200.00     $200.00      0.00%




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                                            Attachment 11
Date:             May 6, 2009

To:               President Robert H. Bruininks
                  Vice President Richard Pfutzenreuter

From:             Senior Vice President Robert J. Jones

Re:               Student Services Fees Recommendations

Attached please find the 2009-2010 Student Services Fees recommendations for the
University of Minnesota campuses. Each campus has its own autonomous review and
recommendation process that is governed by a student-majority committee appointed by
the respective student associations. System Academic Administration and Student Affairs
serve as consultants to the campuses regarding the Student Services Fees process. The
campus Student Services Fees Committees forward their recommendations to the
appropriate chancellor or provost, who reviews and comments upon these
recommendations and submits them to my office.

I am forwarding these recommendations to you to forward to the Board of Regents as a
section of the University budget, for their review and action.

The recommendations for the mandatory 2009-2010 Student Services Fees for each
campus are as follows:

     Campus              2008-2009               2009-2010         Percentage
                        Semester Fee            Semester Fee   Increase/Decrease
      UMC                 $196.50                 $200.00            1.78%
      UMD                  $254.48                 $279.32           9.76%*
      UMM                  $280.50                $290.00            3.38%
      UMR                   $3.00                 $160.00              N/A
      UMTC                 $336.31                $348.41             3.59%
*Please see attached explanation from UMD about the unusually large increase in FY10

The Student Services Fees recommendations submitted by each campus are attached for
your information. Please let me know if you have questions concerning any of these
items.

I want to take this opportunity to acknowledge the Fee Committee members on each
campus for their dedication in serving on this very important and demanding project. It is
a big responsibility that affects nearly all students throughout the University, and we
appreciate the commitment of the committee members to setting fair and equitable fees
that best serve our student body.

C:       Lincoln Kallsen
         Julie Tonneson


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                            UMD FY10 Student Service Fee Increase

Fees on the UMD campus would increase 6.5 percent for FY10 except for several
unusual additions as follows that raise the increase to 9.76 percent:

1) Through FY09, both MPIRG and SLC have been separate fees assessed to students as
optional/non-refundable fees. They were not included as part of the Student Services
Fees. For FY10 the fee committee is recommending that both MPIRG and SLC become
part of the Student Services Fees. They are not NEW fees but will be treated in a
different manner. For comparison's sake amounts have been reflected in the FY09
approved fee columns. For MPIRG this is $1.08/semester or $19,350 total; for SLC it is
$.86 or $15,534 total.

2) In FY09 some of the staff in Kirby Student Center, Health Services and Recreational
Sports/Outdoor Programs were granted in-range salary adjustments. Prior to notifying
these individuals of their increases, Randy Hyman, UMD Vice Chancellor of Academic
Support and Student Life, met with the Student Services Fee Committee to request
approval for one-time funding for the increases from the student services fee reserve,
with the understanding that if approved this funding would be included in the units' fee
requests for FY10.

In neither case was the FY09 UMD Student Services Fees changed from the amount that
was approved by the Board of Regents. Students have been assessed $254.48 for SSF for
the current year.




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                                              2009-2010 Student Services Fees Recommendations


                                                             2009-2010 Student Services Fees Recommendations
                                                                    University of Minnesota - Crookston Campus



     Mandatory Student                      FY 2008-
           Fees                                09                                FY 2009-10                      FY 2009-10              FY 2009-10
   assessed on all students
                                         Approved by
         registered                                                              Requested by                                         Recommended by
                                         Administration                                                     Recommended by
     for 6 or more credits                                                       Organization                Fees Committee            Administration
                              Semester                 Semester      Semester                   Semester               Semester                 Semester
     Organization Name        Students      Income        Fee        Students      Income         Fee      Income        Fee         Income       Fee
  Clubs and Organizations        1,700       $13,600         8.00        1,775     $14,200          8.00    $14,200           8.00    $14,200          $8.00
  Concerts and Lectures          1,700        $8,500         5.00        1,775      $8,875          5.00     $8,875           5.00     $8,875          $5.00
  Crookston Student
  Association (CSA)              1,700       $10,200         6.00        1,775     $10,650          6.00    $10,650           6.00    $10,650          $6.00
  Student Experience             1,700        $2,550         1.50        1,775      $2,663          1.50     $2,663           1.50     $2,663          $1.50
  Fitness Center                 1,700       $25,500        15.00        1,775     $26,625         15.00    $26,625       15.00       $26,625         $15.00
  Health Service                 1,700       $51,000        30.00        1,775     $53,250         30.00    $53,250       30.00       $53,250         $30.00
  Intercollegiate Athletics      1,700      $122,400        72.00        1,775    $127,800         72.00   $127,800       72.00      $127,800         $72.00
  Intramurals                    1,700       $11,900         7.00        1,775     $12,425          7.00    $12,425           7.00    $12,425          $7.00
  NACTA                          1,700        $1,700         1.00        1,775      $3,550          2.00     $3,550           2.00     $3,550          $2.00
  Publications                   1,700        $1,700         1.00        1,775      $1,775          1.00     $1,775           1.00     $1,775          $1.00
  Service Learning               1,700        $1,700         1.00        1,775          $0          0.00          $0          0.00        $0           $0.00
  Student Activities
  (SPACE)                        1,700       $49,300        29.00        1,775     $51,475         29.00    $51,475       29.00       $51,475         $29.00
  Student Center                 1,700       $15,300         9.00        1,775     $15,975          9.00    $15,975           9.00    $15,975          $9.00
  Student Center
  Equipment Renewal              1,700        $8,500         5.00        1,775      $5,325          3.00     $5,325           3.00     $5,325          $3.00
  Student Legislative
  Coalition                      1,700           $0          0.00        1,775      $2,663          1.50     $2,663           1.50     $2,663          $1.50
  Study Abroad                   1,700        $5,100         3.00        1,775      $5,325          3.00     $4,438           2.50     $4,438          $2.50
  Black Student Association      1,700        $5,100        $3.00        1,775      $8,875          5.00     $7,100       $4.00        $7,100          $4.00
  Cheerleaders                                                           1,775      $3,550          2.00     $2,663       $1.50        $2,663          $1.50
  Pep Band                                                               1,775      $1,331          0.75          $0      $0.00           $0           $0.00
  CSSD                                                                   1,775      $5,325          3.00     $3,550       $2.00        $3,550          $2.00
  Diversity Programs                                                     1,775      $8,875          5.00          $0      $0.00           $0           $0.00
        Total Student Fees                  $334,050      $196.50                 $370,531      $ 208.75   $355,000     $200.00      $341,688     $200.00




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FY10 STUDENT SERVICES FEES RECOMMENDATIONS

University of Minnesota - Duluth Campus

                                                                                                                                              FY10                                 FY10
                                                            FY09                                    FY10                               SSF COMMITTEE                          CHANCELLOR'S
        STUDENT FEE GROUPS                            APPROVED FEE                     ORGANIZATION REQUEST                           RECOMMENDATION                        RECOMMENDATION
                                                      18,000 STUDENTS                      18,000 STUDENTS                             18,000 STUDENTS                           18,000 STUDENTS
                                             ALLOCATION         FEE (rounded)         ALLOCATION        FEE (rounded)           ALLOCATION        FEE (rounded)          ALLOCATION        FEE (rounded)

ACCESS FOR ALL                                         3,500             0.19                   3,500             0.19                   3,500             0.19                   3,500             0.19
ANISHINABE STUDENT ORG.                                    0             0.00                       0             0.00                       0             0.00                       0             0.00
ASIAN AMERICAN STUDENT ORG.                            6,000             0.33                   6,000             0.33                   6,000             0.33                   6,000             0.33
BLACK STUDENT ASSOCIATION                              6,500             0.36                   6,500             0.36                   6,500             0.36                   6,500             0.36
Glensheen (new 10)                                         0             0.00                  52,675             2.93                       0             0.00                  10,000             0.56
HEALTH SERVICES                                    1,209,000            67.17               1,285,181            71.40               1,285,181            71.40               1,285,181            71.40
HEALTH SERVICES CAPITAL IMP.                          43,000             2.39                  60,000             3.33                  60,000             3.33                  60,000             3.33
INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS                           560,000             31.11                 697,000            38.72                 628,500            34.92                 628,500            34.92
INTERNATIONAL CLUB                                     4,700             0.26                   5,018             0.28                   5,018             0.28                   5,018             0.28
KIRBY PROGRAM BOARD                                 110,000              6.11                 110,000             6.11                 110,000             6.11                 110,000             6.11
KIRBY STUDENT CENTER                                800,000             44.44                 892,745            49.60                 892,745            49.60                 892,745            49.60
KSC CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT                             325,500             18.08                 358,050            19.89                 325,500            18.08                 325,500            18.08
KUMD                                                  50,000             2.78                 100,000             5.56                  75,000             4.17                  75,000             4.17
LATINO/CHICANA STUDENT ASSN.                           5,500             0.31                   6,000             0.33                   6,000             0.33                   6,000             0.33
MUSIC ORGANIZATIONS                                   55,000             3.06                  55,000             3.06                  55,000             3.06                  55,000             3.06
MPIRG (conversion from optional fee) *                19,350             1.08                  44,736             2.49                       0             0.00                  22,500             1.25
QUEER and ALLIED STUDENT UNION                         4,800             0.27                   4,800             0.27                   4,800             0.27                   4,800             0.27
REC SPORTS/OUTDOOR PRG.                             820,940             45.61                 871,000            48.39                 871,000            48.39                 871,000            48.39
REC SPTS/OUTDOOR PRG. CAP. IMP.                     176,668              9.81                 181,968            10.11                 181,968            10.11                 181,968            10.11
SERVE                                                      0             0.00                   2,224             0.12                       0             0.00                       0             0.00
STATESMAN                                             40,000             2.22                  40,000             2.22                  40,000             2.22                  40,000             2.22
STUDENT ASSOCIATION                                   38,000             2.11                  38,000             2.11                  38,000             2.11                  38,000             2.11
STUDENT ASSN/Discounted Taxi Prg.                     10,055             0.56                  40,000             2.22                  25,000             1.39                  25,000             1.39
SA- college readership (new 10)                            0             0.00                  44,000             2.44                       0             0.00                       0             0.00
SLC (conversion from optional fee) *                  15,534             0.86                  15,534             0.86                  11,000             0.61                  11,000             0.61
THEATRE                                               45,000             2.50                  45,000             2.50                  45,000             2.50                  45,000             2.50
TWEED MUSEUM                                          13,000             0.72                  18,000             1.00                  15,500             0.86                  15,500             0.86
WOMEN'S RESOURCE ACTION CTR.                           3,500             0.19                   4,000             0.22                   4,000             0.22                   4,000             0.22

SUBTOTAL                                           4,365,547           242.53               4,986,931           277.05               4,695,212          260.85                4,727,712           262.65

Excess Reserve Credit                               (200,000)          (11.11)                                                        (150,000)           (8.33)               (150,000)           (8.33)

SUBTOTAL                                           4,165,547           231.42               4,986,931           277.05               4,545,212          252.52                4,577,712           254.32
Capital Improvement Reserve                         450,000             25.00                 450,000            25.00                 450,000            25.00                 450,000            25.00
TOTAL STUDENT FEES                                 4,615,547           256.42               5,436,931           302.05               4,995,212          277.52                5,027,712           279.32


                                         * MPIRG and SLC were optional non-refundable fees through FY09. Approved fees for FY09 have been adjusted on this spreadsheet for informational purposes only.




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SUMMER 2010 STUDENT SERVICES FEES RECOMMENDATIONS
University of Minnesota - Duluth Campus


                                             SUMMER         SUMMER
                                               2008           2009                    SUMMER 2010
                                            APPROVED       APPROVED       SSF COMMITTEE    CHANCELLOR'S
                                               FEE            FEE        RECOMMENDATION RECOMMENDATION
KIRBY STUDENT CENTER                              29.55          29.78              33.23            33.23
KSC CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT                           10.05          12.12              12.12            12.12
KUMD                                                1.97          1.86               2.79             2.79
HEALTH SERVICES                                   33.76          33.75              35.88            35.88
HEALTH SERVICES CAPITAL IMP                         2.13          1.19               1.67             1.67
REC SPTS/OUTDOOR PRG                              29.41          30.56              32.42            32.42
REC SPTS/OUTDOOR PRG CAP IMP                        5.23          6.58               6.77             6.77

   TOTAL FEE                                     112.10         115.84             124.88            124.88




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                                     University of Minnesota, Morris - Activity Fee Review Committee
                                           2009-10 Mandatory Activities Fee - Final Allocations
               Student Organization/Program            03 - 04    04 - 05    05 - 06    06 - 07    07 - 08    08 - 09      09-10
                                                       ALLOC.     ALLOC.     ALLOC.     ALLOC.     ALLOC.     ALLOC.      ALLOC.


American Chemical Society (ACS)                          $1,370        $54       $557       $727       $526       $211          $0
Asian Student Association (ASA)                          $5,000     $3,425     $4,000     $3,656     $3,823      $2,892     $1,600
Assistance to Student Groups (ASG)                      $12,000    $17,716    $11,911    $20,000    $20,000    $13,109     $25,000
Big Friend / Little Friend (BFLF)                        $3,020       $105     $1,138     $1,025     $1,085       $600        $435
Black Student Union (BSU)                               $10,650     $7,060     $4,000     $9,046     $6,000      $7,005     $4,401
CAC Concerts Committee                                  $18,700     $8,065     $8,000     $6,950    $11,740    $14,000     $22,713
CAC Convocations Committee                              $24,700    $27,407    $23,628    $12,833    $22,053    $21,630     $25,151
CAC Coordinating Board                                   $8,075     $2,089     $5,217     $4,696     $5,452      $6,000     $3,971
CAC Films Committee                                     $10,500    $12,485    $12,485    $10,000    $12,845    $13,028      $7,487
CAC Homecoming and Traditions (HAT)                      $6,960     $8,452     $4,182     $4,804     $5,000      $7,708     $3,510
CAC Performing Arts Committee (PAC)                     $37,850    $27,658    $34,085    $30,255    $37,664    $30,734     $33,000
Cheer Team                                               $2,740     $2,274     $2,274     $4,331     $5,493      $3,938       $703
Circle of Nations Indian Assoc. (CNIA)                  $11,400    $13,686    $11,500    $10,350    $11,250    $11,743      $6,364
Community Service & Volunterism (CSV)                                 $983       $983       $820     $1,534      $2,100     $1,772
Computer Science Club                                      $575       $167       $119         $0
Dance Ensemble                                           $3,110     $2,151     $1,274     $1,121         $0         $0
Diversity Peer Educators                                 $3,550
Equality                                                 $9,010     $9,014     $9,000     $7,094     $7,368      $2,502         $0
French Club (Entre Nous)                                                       $1,308     $1,587     $2,755      $2,500       $848
Imani                                                    $3,000     $2,232       $795     $1,095       $275         $0          $0
Intercollegiate Speech Team                              $3,530     $5,651     $6,401     $3,345         $0         $0          $0
International Relations                                  $2,550     $2,607     $2,607         $0
Intramurals and Recreation                              $15,675    $14,028    $12,000    $10,031    $11,510    $10,599     $13,442
KUMM                                                    $10,400     $4,427     $5,335     $5,856     $5,787    $11,662      $4,987
KUMM - Tower Account                                                $2,000
Meiningens                                               $1,200     $2,726       $645     $1,093         $0         $0
Men's Intercollegiate Volleyball                         $3,250     $4,480         $0     $2,677       $165         $0          $0
Minnesota, public Interest Research Group (MPIRG)                                                                           $4,136
Mock Trial / Pre-Law Society                             $3,725     $5,909     $5,564     $4,921     $4,177      $6,631    $10,286
Morris Campus Student Association (MCSA)                $17,260    $16,452    $14,655    $11,423     $7,000      $7,727    $13,168
Office of Student Activities (OSA)                      $25,230    $22,581    $26,400    $19,320    $15,760    $28,374     $33,435
Outdoor Club                                                        $2,146     $2,146         $0         $0         $0
Peer Health Educators (PHE)                              $5,545     $4,399     $3,772     $3,395         $0         $0        $975
Soccer Club                                              $3,200     $4,356     $2,409         $0
Student Organization Leaders Network (SOLN)              $5,900     $4,770     $2,870     $4,042     $6,284         $0          $0
Study Abroad Advising Service (SAAS)                       $900     $3,100     $2,606     $1,961     $2,801      $3,099         $0
The Counterweight                                                                                    $9,450      $4,935     $2,509
The University Register (UR)                            $16,500    $16,307    $17,000    $14,098    $15,402    $10,500     $19,242
Third Ear Peer Counseling                                    $0         $0
United Latinos (UL)                                     $10,750     $5,792     $3,276     $1,049     $5,172      $3,912         $0
Women of Color Association (WOCA)                        $3,600     $3,978     $4,000     $3,589     $3,658      $2,000       $490
Women's Resource Center (WRC)                            $4,150     $3,403     $3,403     $4,192     $2,734         $0          $0
World Touch Cultural Heritage Week (WTCHW)              $12,500    $14,635    $10,725    $13,152    $16,665    $16,255     $15,592
                                              TOTAL    $318,075   $288,770   $262,270   $234,534   $261,428   $245,394    $255,217


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 University of Minnesota - Rochester

                                                FY2009 Amount           FY2010 Amount
 UM Rochester Student Service Fee
   Students enrolled in 6 or more credits

 Summer Semester                            $          3.00         $         160.00
 Fall Semester                              $          3.00         $         160.00
 Spring Semester                            $          3.00         $         160.00




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                                                         Student Service Fees Committee
                                                      Recommendations for 2009-10 Funding
                                                              2008-09                     2009-10 Stu Fees               2009/10 Stu Fees                     2009-10
                                                             Final Rec.                      Requested                      Initial Rec.                     Final Rec.
Fees Groups:                                             Revenue     Per Sem           Revenue       Per Sem          Revenue         Per Sem          Revenue       Per Sem
African Student Association (ASA)                     $        -      $    -       $        14,000   $     0.20   $        10,000   $       0.14   $       10,000   $     0.14
All-Campus Elections Commissions                      $     13,000    $   0.18     $        13,000   $     0.18   $         6,500   $       0.09   $        6,500   $     0.09
Al-Madinah Cultural Center                            $     62,500    $   0.87     $        63,000   $     0.87   $        60,000   $       0.83   $       60,000   $     0.83
American Indian Cultural Center (AISCC)               $        -      $    -       $        25,000   $     0.35   $        12,500   $       0.17   $       15,000   $     0.21
Amnesty International                                 $      5,200    $   0.07     $         4,800   $     0.07   $         4,800   $       0.07   $        4,800   $     0.07
Asian American Student Union                          $     69,549    $   0.92     $        75,155   $     1.04   $        60,000   $       0.83   $       60,000   $     0.83
Black Student Union                                   $     46,000    $   0.62     $        60,000   $     0.84   $        55,000   $       0.77   $       55,000   $     0.77
Boynton Health Service                                $ 7,498,426     $ 111.65     $     7,882,090   $   117.23   $     7,830,857   $     116.47   $    7,830,857   $   116.47
Campus Atheists, Skeptics and Humanists (CASH)        $      8,000    $   0.11     $         8,000   $     0.11   $         8,000   $       0.11   $        8,000   $     0.11
Campus Crusade for Christ (CRU)                       $     12,855    $   0.18     $        13,400   $     0.19   $        10,000   $       0.14   $       10,000   $     0.14
Colleges Against Cancer                               $        -      $    -       $        21,000   $     0.29   $         6,000   $       0.08   $        6,000   $     0.08
Collegians for a Constructive Tomorrow*               $        -      $    -       $       100,000   $     1.39   $        90,000   $       1.25   $       90,000   $     1.25
Community Child Care Center                           $     75,000    $   1.00     $        75,000   $     0.98   $        75,000   $       0.98   $       75,000   $     0.98
Como Community Child Care                             $     60,000    $   0.79     $        70,000   $     0.93   $        70,000   $       0.93   $       70,000   $     0.93
Compassionate Action for Animals                      $        -      $    -       $        35,000   $     0.49   $        15,000   $       0.21   $       15,000   $     0.21
Democracy Matters                                     $      3,500    $   0.05     $           -     $      -     $           -     $        -     $          -     $      -
Disabled Student Cultural Center                      $     15,000    $   0.20     $        15,000   $     0.20   $        10,000   $       0.13   $       10,000   $     0.13
Engineers Without Borders                             $      3,000    $   0.04     $        38,615   $     0.54   $        25,000   $       0.35   $       25,000   $     0.35
Experimental College (EXCO)                           $        -      $    -       $         8,500   $     0.12   $           -     $        -     $          -     $      -
Hillel: the Jewish Student Center                     $     31,250    $   0.43     $        31,250   $     0.44   $         3,400   $       0.05   $       31,250   $     0.44
Hmong Minnesota Student Association (HMSA)            $        -      $    -       $        45,000   $     0.63   $        10,000   $       0.14   $       10,000   $     0.14
Impact Movement                                       $        -      $    -       $         7,000   $     0.10   $         4,000   $       0.06   $        4,000   $     0.06
La Raza Student Cultural Center                       $     35,000    $   0.49     $        42,000   $     0.57   $        40,000   $       0.54   $       40,000   $     0.54
Learning Abroad Center                                $    103,725    $   1.37     $       121,044   $     1.60   $       106,422   $       1.40   $      106,422   $     1.40
Middle Eastern Student Association (MESA)             $      2,500    $   0.03     $         5,600   $     0.08   $         2,500   $       0.03   $        2,500   $     0.03
Mindfulness for Students                              $        -      $    -       $         9,800   $     0.14   $         8,800   $       0.12   $        8,800   $     0.12
MN Daily                                              $    550,000    $   7.37     $       600,000   $     8.05   $       566,500   $       7.58   $      550,000   $     7.35
MN International Student Association                  $     42,028    $   0.57     $        67,000   $     0.93   $        67,000   $       0.93   $       67,000   $     0.93
MN Public Interest Research Group (MPIRG)             $        -      $    -       $       130,000   $     1.81   $       103,200   $       1.44   $      103,200   $     1.44
Paintball Club                                        $        -      $    -       $        31,842   $     0.44   $           -     $        -     $          -     $      -
Queer Student Cultural Center                         $     44,650    $   0.61     $        47,000   $     0.64   $        42,185   $       0.57   $       42,185   $     0.57
Radio K-Operating                                     $    213,610    $   2.86     $       219,458   $     2.88   $       219,458   $       2.88   $      219,458   $     2.88
Radio K Refurbish                                     $        -      $  (0.10)    $           -     $      -                       $        -                      $      -
Recreational Sports - Capital, Depreciation, Maint.   $ 1,725,000     $  22.69     $           -     $      -                       $        -                      $      -
Recreational Sports - Operational Fund                $ 2,507,456     $  33.17     $     2,307,456   $    30.13   $     2,307,456   $      30.13   $    2,307,456   $    30.13
Recreational Sports-Facility Support Fee              $        -      $    -       $     2,275,000   $    30.03   $     2,275,000   $      30.03   $    2,275,000   $    30.03
Recreational Sports - Capital Planning Fund           $    350,000    $   4.60     $           -     $      -                       $        -                      $      -
Student Conflict Resolution Center                    $    225,000    $   2.97     $       235,000   $     3.09   $       235,000   $       3.09   $    235,000     $     3.09
Students for a Conservative Voice                     $     44,500    $   0.62     $        86,000   $     1.20   $        20,000   $       0.28   $     20,000     $     0.28
Student Fee Administration                            $     93,538    $   1.23     $        93,538   $     1.23   $        93,538   $       1.23   $     93,538     $     1.23
Students for Human Life                               $        -      $    -       $        50,000   $     0.70   $        20,000   $       0.28   $     15,000     $     0.21
Student Service Fees Event Grant                      $     62,080    $   0.80     $        75,000   $     1.00   $        75,000   $       1.00   $     75,000     $     1.00
Student Unions & Activities - Operating               $ 4,951,606     $  65.37     $     5,276,092   $    69.53   $     5,226,557   $      68.84   $  5,226,557     $    68.84
Student Unions & Activities - Bond Repayment          $ 3,716,516     $  48.88     $     3,716,516   $    48.80   $     3,716,516   $      48.80   $  3,716,516     $    48.80
Student Unions & Activities - Capital, Depr, Maint.   $    724,207    $   9.53     $       724,207   $     9.51   $       724,207   $       9.51   $    724,207     $     9.51
Student Veterans Association                          $      6,000    $   0.08     $        17,265   $     0.24   $        17,265   $       0.24   $     17,265     $     0.24
University Student Legal Service                      $ 1,076,000     $  14.17     $     1,076,000   $    14.13   $     1,076,000   $      14.13   $  1,076,000     $    14.13
University YMCA                                       $        -      $    -       $        30,550   $     0.43   $        17,500   $       0.24   $     17,500     $     0.24
Voices Merging                                        $      6,460    $   0.09     $        16,050   $     0.22   $           -     $        -     $        -       $      -
The Wake Student Magazine                             $     98,500    $   1.36     $       101,000   $     1.39   $        65,000   $       0.89   $     57,000     $     0.78
Women's Student Activist Collective                   $     30,000    $   0.41     $        30,000   $     0.41   $        30,000   $       0.41   $     30,000     $     0.41
Total Student Fees                                    $ 24,511,655    $ 336.31     $    25,988,228   $   356.35   $    25,421,161   $     348.40   $ 25,422,011     $   348.41

                                                              2008-09                     2009-10 Stu Fees               2009/10 Stu Fees                     2009-10
                                                             Final Rec.                      Requested                      Initial Rec.                     Final Rec.
Special Assessment Groups:                               Revenue     Per Sem           Revenue       Per Sem          Revenue         Per Sem          Revenue       Per Sem
Collegians for a Constructive Tomorrow*               $      82,000 $         3.57 $             -   $      -                    $           -                      $      -
Council of College Boards                             $      63,010 $         1.22 $          71,655 $     1.39   $       34,000 $          0.66   $       61,479   $     1.19
Graduate & Professional Student Assembly              $     376,363 $        11.55 $         375,403 $    11.51   $      375,403 $         11.51   $      375,403   $    11.51
MN Public Interest Research Group*                    $     100,000 $         4.82 $             -   $      -                    $           -                      $      -
MN Student Association                                $     144,104 $         2.75 $         140,103 $     2.59   $      140,103 $          2.59   $      123,468   $     2.26
Summer Cultural Programs                              $      73,000 $        11.82 $          75,000 $    11.98   $       75,000 $         11.98   $       75,000   $    11.98
Total Special Assessments                             $     838,478 $ 35.73 $                662,161 $    27.46   $      624,506 $         26.73   $      635,350   $    26.94
*Refuseable/refundable funding mechanism - those groups no longer in this category for FY10.
Total for All Groups                                  $ 25,350,133 $ 372.04 $ 26,650,389 $               383.80   $    26,045,667 $      375.12    $ 26,057,361     $   375.35




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 Footnotes:
 1. The following units have submitted two year request per the new two year process for Administrative Fee Units: (FY10 listed above, FY11 below)
                                                     Requested                 Initial Recommendation            Final Recommendation
                             Boynton Health Service $ 8,209,626                 $ 8,087,421                       $ 8,087,421
               Recreational Sports - Operational Fee $ 2,340,856                $ 2,340,856                       $ 2,340,856
           Recreational Sports - Facility Support Fee $ 2,303,409               $ 2,303,409                       $ 2,303,409
  Student Unions and Activities - Operation Request $ 5,371,873                 $ 5,322,338                       $ 5,322,388
tudent Unions and Activities - Bond Repayment Req $ 3,716,516                   $ 3,716,516                       $ 3,716,516
  Student Unions and Activities-Capital, Depr, Maint $     724,207              $       724,207                   $     724,207
                   University Student Legal Services $ 1,076,000                $ 1,076,000                       $ 1,076,000


2. The following Administrative units had budgets approved for FY10 per the new two year process for Administrative Fee Units:
                           Learning Abroad Center $     106,422
                                 Radio K Operating $    219,458
                  Radio K Summer Music Fesitval $               -
                Student Conflict Resolution Center $    235,000
                       Summer Cultural Programs $        75,000




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                                   Attachment 13




               REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA

                           RESOLUTION RELATED TO

  PRESIDENT'S RECOMMENDED ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET FY2010


    WHEREAS, the University of Minnesota as the state’s public, land grant university
is charged with the responsibility to pursue knowledge and to help apply that
knowledge through research and discovery, teaching and learning, and outreach and
public service; and

   WHEREAS, the State of Minnesota, through its legislative and executive branches,
has appropriated $623,417,000 in state general fund monies for fiscal year 2009-10 to
the University of Minnesota, a decrease of $81,725,300 in appropriations compared to
the prior year’s funding; and

   WHEREAS, the University of Minnesota is committed to achieving standards of
national and international excellence; and

   WHEREAS, the future of the University is premised on partnerships within the
University community of faculty, staff and students, with the State of Minnesota, other
educational institutions, business and industry, University alumni, local communities,
and the citizens of Minnesota; and

   NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Regents hereby
approves the University of Minnesota Fiscal Year 2009-10 Operating Budget as follows:

The annual revenue and expenditure plan for current, non-sponsored funds and
projected expenditures for sponsored funds for fiscal year 2009-10.




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The Fiscal Year 2009-10 Operating Budget approved by the Board of Regents includes
the following attachments which are included in the President’s Recommended FY10
Operating Budget:

Attachment 1 - Resource and Expenditure Budget Plan (University Fiscal Page)
Attachment 3 - University of Minnesota 2009-10 Tuition Plan: Tuition Rates
Attachment 8 - University of Minnesota 2009-10 Tuition Plan: Course Fees
Attachment 9 - University of Minnesota 2009-10 Tuition Plan: Academic Term Fees
Attachment 10 - University of Minnesota 2009-10 Tuition Plan: Fees in Lieu of Tuition
Attachment 11- Student Services Fees
Attachment 12 - Fund Forecast - Centrally Distributed and Attributed Funds




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                           UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
                              BOARD OF REGENTS


Board of Regents                                                              June 12, 2009

Agenda Item: Resolution Related to Alcoholic Beverage Sales and Service on Campus
   review              review/action                   action            discussion


Presenters: Vice President/Chief of Staff Kathryn Brown
                  Deputy General Counsel William Donohue


Purpose:
   policy              background/context              oversight         strategic positioning

To review proposed Resolution: Alcoholic Beverage Sales and Service on Campus.



Outline of Key Points/Policy Issues:
By Resolution adopted December 12, 2008, the Board of Regents approved intoxicating liquor
sales in conjunction with events at TCF Bank Stadium in premium seating areas and special
event rooms, as well as in the Williams Arena and Mariucci Arena Club rooms and suites. The
Board also authorized the administration to submit applications for liquor licenses consistent
with the Resolution. The administration obtained those licenses earlier this year. However,
recently enacted Minnesota legislation is inconsistent with the University’s plan for sale and
service of alcoholic beverages in these limited locations. The recently enacted legislation has
two principal provisions: (a) under the three liquor licenses the University currently holds for
TCF Bank Stadium, Williams Arena, and Mariucci Arena, the University must sell or serve
intoxicating liquor throughout the stadium or arena if it is sold or served anywhere in the
stadium or arena; and (b) with respect to TCF Bank Stadium, the University cannot sell or
serve any intoxicating liquor anywhere in the stadium without having a liquor license that
requires sale or service of intoxicating liquor throughout the stadium.

Because the recent legislation is in conflict with the Board’s December 2008 Resolution, Board
action is necessary to clarify where, and under what circumstances if at all, intoxicating liquor
will be available at those locations.

The proposed Resolution reaffirms the University’s long standing commitment to promoting a
healthy and safe living and learning environment for its employees, students and visitors, and
emphasizes the University’s important policy and educational interests in controlling the sale
of alcoholic beverages on campus.

The Resolution directs that no alcoholic beverages may be sold or served during scheduled
intercollegiate athletic events at TCF Bank Stadium, Williams Arena, and Mariucci Arena.
The Resolution would not affect existing authority of the President or delegate, by written
permit, to allow sale or service of alcoholic beverages on campus by licensed caterers for
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special events, including special events at TCF Bank Stadium, Williams Arena, and Mariucci
Arena, except during scheduled intercollegiate athletic events at that location.



Background Information:
For many years, the Board of Regents has exercised its constitutional authority to govern and
manage University property and facilities by adopting policies and principles governing the
consumption, service and sale of alcoholic beverages on campus. The Board’s current policy,
Alcoholic Beverages on Campus, provides that the sale of alcoholic beverages on University
property is prohibited except when authorized by license or state law, and approved by the
Board.


President's Recommendation for Action:
The President recommends adoption of the proposed Resolution.




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       REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
     ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE SALES AND SERVICE ON CAMPUS


      WHEREAS, the University of Minnesota (University) has important policy
and educational interests in controlling the consumption, use, and sale of alcoholic
beverages on its campuses; and

       WHEREAS, Board of Regents Policy: Alcoholic Beverages on Campus declares
the University’s commitment to promoting a healthy and safe living and learning
environment for its employees, students, and visitors, and the Board is alert to the
association between excessive alcohol consumption and high-risk behaviors; and

      WHEREAS, Board policy prohibits the sale of alcoholic beverages on
University property except when authorized by license and approved by the Board;
and

       WHEREAS, the consumption of alcoholic beverages for social and celebratory
purposes on University property is permitted only when authorized by the President
or delegate in accordance with administrative policies and procedures; and

       WHEREAS, the Minnesota legislature recently passed legislation providing
that under the three liquor licenses the University currently holds for TCF Bank
Stadium (Stadium), Williams Arena, and Mariucci Arena, the University must sell or
serve intoxicating liquor throughout the Stadium or arena if it is sold or served
anywhere in the Stadium or arena; and, with respect to the Stadium, the University
cannot sell or serve any intoxicating liquor anywhere in the Stadium without
requiring sale or service of intoxicating liquor throughout the Stadium.

       NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of Regents of the
University of Minnesota, acting under its constitutional authority to govern and
manage University property and facilities and consistent with Board of Regents
Policy: Alcoholic Beverages on Campus, directs that no alcoholic beverages may be
sold or served during scheduled intercollegiate athletic events at the Stadium,
Williams Arena, or Mariucci Arena.

       BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that nothing in this Resolution affects the
existing authority of the President or delegate, by written permit, to allow sales or
service of alcoholic beverages on campus by licensed caterers for special events,
including special events at TCF Bank Stadium, Williams Arena, and Mariucci Arena,
except during scheduled intercollegiate athletic events at that location.


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