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University News, Board of Governors

Board Authorizes Health Insurance Renewal, Building Demolition, Upgrades

WARRENSBURG, MO – The renewal of employee health insurance and facility projects that relate to the Fraternity Complex, Nattinger-Bradshaw Hall, Wood Hall, and the W.C. Morris Science Building were approved by the University of Central Missouri Board of Governors when it met in plenary session Aug. 19.

August 24, 2021
Administration Building
Board of Governors, University News

Board Names 2021-2022 Officers, Acts on State Appropriations Requests

Capital and operating appropriations requests for Fiscal Year 2023, contracts related to Multipurpose Building roof improvements, transportation services, and electronic door security enhancements were among action items approved by the University of Central Missouri Board of Governors during its June 10 plenary session.

June 16, 2021
University of Central Missouri Administration Building
University News, Board of Governors

UCM Plans to Transition from Charter School Sponsorship By June 2022

After becoming one of the state’s pioneering higher education institutions in the sponsorship of charter schools, the University of Central Missouri has announced its role as charter school sponsor will be coming to an end effective by June 30, 2022. While taking this step, UCM will continue to work with all seven charter schools that it currently sponsors as they transition to new sponsors.

May 13, 2021
UCM Administration Building
Board of Governors, University News

Board Acts on Equitable Online/In-person Tuition Rates Proposal

In an effort to provide greater clarity in pricing and flexibility for students by making online and in-person tuition rates more equitable, the University of Central Missouri’s Board of Governors on March 26 approved instructional tuition and general fees, effective for fall 2021.

April 13, 2021
UCM Administration Building
Board of Governors, University News

UCM Board of Governors Sets 2021-2022 Fees, Extends UCM Bound Out-of-State Scholarship

In addition to setting room and board rates for Fiscal Year 2022, the University of Central Missouri Board of Governors on March 26 approved a recommendation that will make earning a UCM degree more affordable for students residing in five additional states.

March 29, 2021
Richard (Joey) Carter and Ken Bias
awards, University News, Board of Governors

Bias, Carter Receive UCM Learning to a Greater Degree Awards

Setting an example for others to emulate, Ken Bias professor and coordinator of the physical education program, and Richard (Joey) Carter, a junior music education major from Blue Springs, Missouri, were recognized as recipients of the University of Central Missouri’s Learning to a Greater Degree Award when the Board of Governors met on campus Oct. 22.

October 26, 2020
Administration Building
University News, facstaff, Board of Governors

UCM Board Adopts Plan for Dealing with Revenue Shortfall, Approves Health Care Coverage Provider during June Plenary Session

After previously adopting a multiyear budget plan to address a significant revenue shortfall, the University of Central Missouri Board of Governors has approved additional budget measures that include a staff furlough plan and a temporary one-year percentage salary reduction for faculty and president’s council members during Fiscal Year 2021.

June 22, 2020
Zac Racy
Board of Governors, University News

Missouri Governor Appoints Riverside Student to UCM Board of Governors

Adding to a growing list of leadership opportunities that are already on his young resume, Riverside, Missouri resident Zac Racy is now in a position to represent University of Central Missouri students as a student member of the UCM Board of Governors.

June 10, 2020
The Crossing
University News, Board of Governors

Board of Governors Sets FY21 Budget, Approves Room and Board

In a virtual meeting May 27, the University of Central Missouri’s Board of Governors approved room and board rates, and adopted a preliminary Fiscal Year 2021 budget projecting an estimated $17.5 million gap in unrestricted general operating revenue before adjustments.

May 29, 2020
UCM Administration Building
Board of Governors, University News

UCM Board of Governors Sets FY2021 Tuition, Fees

Taking into consideration a likely decrease in state appropriations while also striving to keep higher education affordable, the University of Central Missouri’s Board of Governors has approved a recommendation to limit total tuition and mandatory fees to a 2.3 percent increase for Fiscal Year 2021. Board action took place during a special virtual plenary session on May 13.

May 18, 2020
KMOS-TV
Board of Governors, University News, KMOS-TV

Board of Governors Authorizes New Broadcast Transmitter Purchase

In a meeting by telephone March 26, the University of Central Missouri Board of Governors approved the purchase of a new broadcast transmitter for UCM’s public television station, KMOS-TV, and authorized an agreement for on-call kitchen replacement and maintenance repair services.

March 31, 2020
Ken Weymuth
facstaff, University News, Board of Governors

Governor Appoints Prominent Sedalia Businessman to UCM's Governing Board

Ken Weymuth, a third-generation business owner from Sedalia, has been named to the University of Central Missouri’s Board of Governors. Missouri Gov. Mike Parson announced the appointment, which will be effective through Jan. 1, 2025, pending Missouri Senate confirmation.

January 08, 2020
Student Recreation and Wellness Center, University News, Lake Cena, audrey j. walton stadium, Board of Governors, Nattinger-Bradshaw Hall

Board Sets Room and Board Rates Among Several Action Items

Among several action items on a busy agenda, the University of Central Missouri Board of Governors set student room and board rates for 2016-2017 when it met on campus March 18. Other items approved by the board included the purchase of new equipment for the Student Recreation and Wellness Center, improvements to the South Plaza entry area of Audrey J. Walton Stadium, the award of a contract for dredging Lake Cena, and upgraded fire alarm system for Nattinger-Bradshaw Hall.

March 23, 2016
Board of Governors, University News, Governor Jay Nixon, new academic programs

Board Sets FY17 Academic, General Fees, Approves Academic Programs

In addition to setting instructional and general education fees at the current level for the 2016-2017 academic year, pending legislative approval of the Missouri Governor’s proposed increase in state appropriations for higher education, the University of Central Missouri Board of Governors approved six new academic programs and three academic program revision requests when it met in plenary session Feb. 12.

February 22, 2016
Board of Governors, University News

Board Actions Enhance Quality Campus Environment, Education Outreach

Actions taken by the Board of Governors Feb. 12 will enable the University of Central Missouri to make continued progress toward enhancing the quality of the campus learning and living environment while also extending its educational outreach to more than 1 million Missourians.

February 15, 2016
gremaud-recognized-by-best-abney
University News, Board of Governors

Board Authorizes Health Insurance Renewal, Building Demolition, Upgrades

WARRENSBURG, MO – The renewal of employee health insurance and facility projects that relate to the Fraternity Complex, Nattinger-Bradshaw Hall, Wood Hall, and the W.C. Morris Science Building were approved by the University of Central Missouri Board of Governors when it met in plenary session Aug. 19.

August 24, 2021
Administration Building
Board of Governors, University News

Board Names 2021-2022 Officers, Acts on State Appropriations Requests

Capital and operating appropriations requests for Fiscal Year 2023, contracts related to Multipurpose Building roof improvements, transportation services, and electronic door security enhancements were among action items approved by the University of Central Missouri Board of Governors during its June 10 plenary session.

June 16, 2021
University of Central Missouri Administration Building
University News, Board of Governors

UCM Plans to Transition from Charter School Sponsorship By June 2022

After becoming one of the state’s pioneering higher education institutions in the sponsorship of charter schools, the University of Central Missouri has announced its role as charter school sponsor will be coming to an end effective by June 30, 2022. While taking this step, UCM will continue to work with all seven charter schools that it currently sponsors as they transition to new sponsors.

May 13, 2021
UCM Administration Building
Board of Governors, University News

Board Acts on Equitable Online/In-person Tuition Rates Proposal

In an effort to provide greater clarity in pricing and flexibility for students by making online and in-person tuition rates more equitable, the University of Central Missouri’s Board of Governors on March 26 approved instructional tuition and general fees, effective for fall 2021.

April 13, 2021
UCM Administration Building
Board of Governors, University News

UCM Board of Governors Sets 2021-2022 Fees, Extends UCM Bound Out-of-State Scholarship

In addition to setting room and board rates for Fiscal Year 2022, the University of Central Missouri Board of Governors on March 26 approved a recommendation that will make earning a UCM degree more affordable for students residing in five additional states.

March 29, 2021
Richard (Joey) Carter and Ken Bias
awards, University News, Board of Governors

Bias, Carter Receive UCM Learning to a Greater Degree Awards

Setting an example for others to emulate, Ken Bias professor and coordinator of the physical education program, and Richard (Joey) Carter, a junior music education major from Blue Springs, Missouri, were recognized as recipients of the University of Central Missouri’s Learning to a Greater Degree Award when the Board of Governors met on campus Oct. 22.

October 26, 2020
Administration Building
University News, facstaff, Board of Governors

UCM Board Adopts Plan for Dealing with Revenue Shortfall, Approves Health Care Coverage Provider during June Plenary Session

After previously adopting a multiyear budget plan to address a significant revenue shortfall, the University of Central Missouri Board of Governors has approved additional budget measures that include a staff furlough plan and a temporary one-year percentage salary reduction for faculty and president’s council members during Fiscal Year 2021.

June 22, 2020
Zac Racy
Board of Governors, University News

Missouri Governor Appoints Riverside Student to UCM Board of Governors

Adding to a growing list of leadership opportunities that are already on his young resume, Riverside, Missouri resident Zac Racy is now in a position to represent University of Central Missouri students as a student member of the UCM Board of Governors.

June 10, 2020
The Crossing
University News, Board of Governors

Board of Governors Sets FY21 Budget, Approves Room and Board

In a virtual meeting May 27, the University of Central Missouri’s Board of Governors approved room and board rates, and adopted a preliminary Fiscal Year 2021 budget projecting an estimated $17.5 million gap in unrestricted general operating revenue before adjustments.

May 29, 2020
UCM Administration Building
Board of Governors, University News

UCM Board of Governors Sets FY2021 Tuition, Fees

Taking into consideration a likely decrease in state appropriations while also striving to keep higher education affordable, the University of Central Missouri’s Board of Governors has approved a recommendation to limit total tuition and mandatory fees to a 2.3 percent increase for Fiscal Year 2021. Board action took place during a special virtual plenary session on May 13.

May 18, 2020
KMOS-TV
Board of Governors, University News, KMOS-TV

Board of Governors Authorizes New Broadcast Transmitter Purchase

In a meeting by telephone March 26, the University of Central Missouri Board of Governors approved the purchase of a new broadcast transmitter for UCM’s public television station, KMOS-TV, and authorized an agreement for on-call kitchen replacement and maintenance repair services.

March 31, 2020
Ken Weymuth
facstaff, University News, Board of Governors

Governor Appoints Prominent Sedalia Businessman to UCM's Governing Board

Ken Weymuth, a third-generation business owner from Sedalia, has been named to the University of Central Missouri’s Board of Governors. Missouri Gov. Mike Parson announced the appointment, which will be effective through Jan. 1, 2025, pending Missouri Senate confirmation.

January 08, 2020
Student Recreation and Wellness Center, University News, Lake Cena, audrey j. walton stadium, Board of Governors, Nattinger-Bradshaw Hall

Board Sets Room and Board Rates Among Several Action Items

Among several action items on a busy agenda, the University of Central Missouri Board of Governors set student room and board rates for 2016-2017 when it met on campus March 18. Other items approved by the board included the purchase of new equipment for the Student Recreation and Wellness Center, improvements to the South Plaza entry area of Audrey J. Walton Stadium, the award of a contract for dredging Lake Cena, and upgraded fire alarm system for Nattinger-Bradshaw Hall.

March 23, 2016
Board of Governors, University News, Governor Jay Nixon, new academic programs

Board Sets FY17 Academic, General Fees, Approves Academic Programs

In addition to setting instructional and general education fees at the current level for the 2016-2017 academic year, pending legislative approval of the Missouri Governor’s proposed increase in state appropriations for higher education, the University of Central Missouri Board of Governors approved six new academic programs and three academic program revision requests when it met in plenary session Feb. 12.

February 22, 2016
Board of Governors, University News

Board Actions Enhance Quality Campus Environment, Education Outreach

Actions taken by the Board of Governors Feb. 12 will enable the University of Central Missouri to make continued progress toward enhancing the quality of the campus learning and living environment while also extending its educational outreach to more than 1 million Missourians.

February 15, 2016

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