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Page 19--The Michigan Daily, Thursday, September 10, 1987
University receives lowest
budget percent increase
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upon out-of-state tuition fees to
balance its budget angered state
legislators earlier this year and
prompted the low state allocation.

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But University officials argue
that the University - as a world-
renowned, elitist institution --- is
more beneficial to the state than a

'I think we all realize that education at this type of
university does not come at bargain basement prices.'
- James Duderstadt, Vice President for Academic
Affairs and Provost

"THE education of Michigan
students is the highest priority,"
State Rep. Morris Hood (D-Detroit)
said. "These are the people paying
the taxes, and the student body

strictly "state school."
"The benefits of having out-of-
state students at the University
greatly outweigh any imagined
pluses of allowing more in-state

students into the University," said
Brown. "Many of the out-of-state
students stay in Michigan and
contribute to our economy in future
years.
"It's not as if all in-state students
stay here forever, and all out-of-state
students run off home," he said.
Two University regents will join
state legislators in a committee
investigation of the in-state/out-of-
state enrollment mix next fall.
Many state legislators have said
that in-state students must be given
admissions preference over qualified
out-of-staters, but University
officials argue that these legislators
have overlooked the possible
unfavorable side effects of such an
ultimatum.
"If we change the ratio for in-
state/out-of-state enrollment, and we
need to make up lost tuition
revenue, that could cause a dramatic
rise in in-state (tuition) rates," said
Vice President for Goverment
Relations Richard Kennedy. "Or the
state itself culd make up the lost
revenue, but that's a little bit
optimistic."

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An Ann Arbor resident, who wished to remain anonymous, and her child protest the opening of Ann Arbor Rod
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CELEBRATING 25 YEARS OF
INNOVATION IN UNDERGRADUATE
EDUCATION
1962-1987

(ease join the students and alumni of the Tiot Program
at Alice Lloyd Haff as we sponsor commemorative programs
tirougfut the upcoming academic year to honor our
25th anniversary.

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