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The Michigan Daily-Friday, July 18, 1986 - Page 11

Administration reconmends tuition hikes

(ContinuedfromPage 1) Smith said, "the graduate students
"THE GOVERNOR said: 'I want took the brunt last year. I don't think
you to support me with a 4.3 percent it's fair for them to take the brunt
increase.' We're saying, that's fine. again. Not'everyone that goes to this
I'm saying that's wrong," Baker said. University is rich and can afford
"If we pass (the 4.3 in-state tuition in- tuition increases." -
crease), we'll be called 'The Univer- NEAL NEILSON, (R-Brighton),
sity of Michigan Governor Blanchard agreed. "Before long this is going to
Re-Election Committee.'" be an institution for the wealthy,"
Baker promised to propose higher Nielson said. He recommended that
in-state tuition increase in today's the University develop other revenue
meeting, but said, "I know it won't sources beyond tuition and state fun-
pass." ding.
Regent Veronica Smith (R-Grosse He gave no clear solutions, but said
Ile) said she would vote against the the University needs to be "in-
increase in graduate student's tuition. novative."

Even with the tuition increases, million increase, prompting tuition from fixing leaky roofs to updating
said James Duderstadt, vice hikes. equipment in natural sciences
president for academic affairs, "This Duderstadt described the budget as teaching laboratories.
has not been one of our stronger "fairly bare-bones." The budget, "There is a desperate need for
budget years. (With this budget) we however, does provide a $2 million maintenance," said James
will be able to maintain the quality of fund to increase pay for certain Brinkerhoff, the University's vice
our programs for the year ahead, but faculty members in fields such as president and chief financial officer,
it's a far cry from what's needed to engineering, where the University "but salaries and people-priorities
maintain the long-term quality of the competes with other schools and come first,"-in this year's budget.
University." private business for personel. A defense
THE UNIVERSITY'S budget next Despite meeting the bare needs, theA f
academic year will be $27.4 million University's budget will not chip against cancer can be
more than last year, roughly the same away at $50 million in improvements cooked up in your kitchen.
increase the University told the state deferred during the budget crunch in Call us.
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