University president Mark Schlissel at a regents meeting in Dearborn on March 17, 2016.

University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel highlighted the importance of free speech and open discourse that respects all viewpoints in a

The University of Michigan Graduate Student Research Assistants’ fight for the right to unionize gained new momentum over the summer, after the National Labor Relations Board

Rackham students Aman Goel and Sbarno Banerjee meet with university president Schlissel and his wife at the President's House on Thursday.

On a cloudy Thursday, students, parents and staff gathered for block M cookies, ice cream and other refreshments at University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel’s annual open house, hosted at his home on South University.

Michigan’s Democratic and Republican parties nominated their respective candidates for the University of Michigan’s Board of Regents at state conventions Friday and Saturday.

The University’s governing body is considering incorporating more student input before the body makes impactful decisions on their behalf.

All University of Michigan-affiliated personnel in Turkey are safe and accounted for as of Saturday morning, according to the University’s Public Affairs Office.

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After enrolling 6,505 freshmen in 2014 — overshooting a target class size of 6,000 — administrators expressed frustration that over-enrollment was straining the University’s housing and instructional resources. To combat this over-enrollment, admissions procedures were changed for the subsequent freshman class by reducing early admission offers and making greater use of the waitlist. As a result, only 6,071 freshmen entered campus in 2015.

Since 2002, tuition revenue has increased by over $800 million — a 135 percent increase — far outpacing similar institutions such as Ohio State University and the University of California system, both of which have seen approximately 52 percent increases.

University President Mark Schlissel attended a Regents meeting at the Michigan Union on April 21st.

The University of Michigan announced a 3.9 percent tuition increase for in-state students and a 4.4 percent increase for out-of-state students in their approval of the $1.83 billion University budget for fiscal year 2017 at the Board of Regents meeting Thursday.

Board member Laurence Deitch attends a University of Michigan Regents meeting at the Michigan Union on April 21st.

Patricia D. Hurn and D. Scott DeRue were appointed as the new deans to the School of Nursing and the Stephen M. Ross School of Business, respectively, at the University of Michigan’s Board of Regents meeting held Thursday afternoon in downtown Grand Rapids.