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  1. June 21, 2024

    Remarks by Regents Bernstein and Acker, and President Ono

    Remarks delivered at the June 20 Board of Regents meeting.

  2. June 21, 2024

    Regents, Ono address U-M’s handling of campus tensions

    U-M’s handling of campus conflicts related to the Israel-Hamas war became a focus of discussions about the university’s 2025 fiscal year budget at the June 20 Board of Regents meeting.

  3. June 20, 2024

    U-M Health reports positive financial performance for FY ’24

    Michigan Medicine is projecting positive 2024 fiscal year-end results for its clinical operations, with an anticipated 2.9% — or $226.5 million — operating margin on forecasted operating revenues of $7.9 billion.

  4. June 20, 2024

    Regents Roundup — June 2024

    Other items approved by the Board of Regents at its June 20 meeting.

  5. June 20, 2024

    U-M Health appoints architect for Troy clinical facility

    U-M Health will commission Hobbs + Black Architects of Ann Arbor to design a 220,000-square-foot clinical facility in Troy, after approval by the Board of Regents.

  6. June 20, 2024

    UM-Flint’s 2024-25 budget increases financial aid by $2.2M

    The Board of Regents approved a $125.2 million general fund budget for UM-Flint on June 20. It outlines spending for the fiscal year beginning July 1.

  7. June 20, 2024

    UM-Dearborn continues to invest in need-based financial aid

    The Board of Regents approved UM-Dearborn’s $175 million general fund budget proposal at its June 20 meeting.

  8. June 20, 2024

    Regents approve FY ’25 budget for athletic department

    For FY ’24, which ends June 30, the athletic department projects a slight operating surplus of $200,000 based on operating revenues of $230.6 million and operating expenses of $230.4 million.

  9. June 20, 2024

    FY ’25 budget supports U-M’s strategic vision

    U-M will invest in key priorities identified in its Vision 2034 strategic vision under the 2024-25 fiscal year budget, which includes tuition and fee increases, and also more than $390 million in student financial support.

  10. June 20, 2024

    Shalanda Baker to lead academic efforts on sustainability

    Shalanda H. Baker, a policymaker and academic expert in energy justice, environmental policy and climate change mitigation, will be U-M’s first vice provost for sustainability and climate action.