The Lecturers Employee Organization announced today they had come to an agreement with the University, following months of negotiation and numerous bargaining sessions with the University over the past three days.
During a board meeting Thursday, the University of Michigan Board of Regents approved a 2.9-percent increase in tuition for in-state students as well as a 3.9-percent increase for out-of-state students. The increase will mean an additional $436 per year for in-state students and $1,874 per year
The Lecturers’ Employee Organization, which represents over 1,700 non-tenured faculty across the three University campuses, is continuing to push for higher wages and improved benefits in its contract negotiations with U-M administration.
As exams come to an end and a majority of students begin moving off campus for the summer, the Michigan Daily spoke with University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel on Monday morning to hear his opinion on large issues he’s encountered over the past semester, such as the University’s previous