BOULDER, COLO. (AP) -- University of Colorado faculty leaders are concerned after an analysis showed nearly a third of student tuition increases this year went to pay for employee raises.
Faculty leaders passed a resolution this month that says they expect the campus administration to do a better job of explaining their spending decisions in the future.
According to the Boulder Daily Camera, the regents are scheduled to meet in Denver on Wednesday to discuss the budget, but a vote on tuition likely won't happen until the board's April meeting.
University officials have said the raises are needed to keep good educators
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