U of M Asks Legislative Candidates about Higher Education
The University of Minnesota recently conducted a state legislative survey asking candidates about their views on investing in higher education.
The survey, which was done by the U of M Alumni Association, asked the candidates about research restrictions, funding medical education, supporting the U of M, and state funding levels to preserve assets.
The four-question survey was sent to 396 candidates, and the university received 104 responses.
According to the university:
• 94 percent favor increased state financial support for higher education;
• 88 percent oppose additional research restrictions;
• 93 percent support funding for the clinical training of health professionals;
• 91 percent support capital investment in the university.
To view the survey, click here.