Board Votes to Raise College Tuition

PORTLAND, Ore. — The Oregon State Board of Higher Education has voted to approve across-the-board tuition increases for all public universities in the state, including the University of Oregon and Oregon State University. Tuition and fees at the UO will go up by 5.8 percent, but OSU students won’t see as much of an increase; … Continue reading »

Board Approves Firearms for UOPD

PORTLAND, Ore. — Officers on the University of Oregon campus will now be allowed to carry firearms after a unanimous vote by the Oregon State Board of Higher Education on Friday. Not everyone on the board agrees that arming UO Police is a good idea, but they say that it seems to be the best … Continue reading »

Board Votes to Allow UOPD to Carry Guns

PORTLAND, Ore. — In a unanimous vote, the Oregon State Board of Higher Education has voted to allow campus officers at the University of Oregon to carry weapons. We’ll have more on this developing story on KEZI 9 News at 5 and 6 p.m.

OUS Board Voting on Tuition Hikes

PORTLAND, Ore. — The Oregon State Board of Higher Education is set to vote on a tuition fee hike for Oregon’s college students. Undergraduate students at the University of Oregon are facing a 4.9 percent increase in their tuition. That comes out to an additional $292 per year, meaning that students would pay a total … Continue reading »

UO President Lariviere’s Contract Not Renewed

November 23, 2011 By Kate Renner EUGENE, Ore. — The Oregon State Board of Higher Education is letting University of Oregon President Richard Lariviere go. The Oregon University System board will not renew his contract, but Lariviere said Wednesday he remains committed to serving as president through the end of his contract until July 1. … Continue reading »