UMD sees state funding shrink, leans on tuition hikes
Over a four-year period, the University of Minnesota Duluth received about 20 percent less money from the state than the Twin Cities campus.
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#1 Feb 20, 2014
The state should shut this school down. The teachers aren't doing a good job, the staff isn't doing a good job (maybe because they aren't being paid enough?) and these numbers, along with research saying that the university is topping other universities in number of drug and alcohol related student arrests- shut it down. Give all the money to the more deserving and thriving school in the twin cities. I regret transferring to this school and continue to be frustrated with the incompetent staff that is not helping me carry out my wish to transfer. Please help me leave!
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