U. Of I. OKs Smallest Tuition Hike In 18 YearsTuition for new in-state University of Illinois undergraduate students this fall will increase by 1.7 percent under a plan approved Thursday, marking the smallest tuition hike at the university in almost 20 years.
U Of I President ResignsUniversity of Illinois president Michael Hogan has resigned and will step down on July 1, according to a published report.
U Of I President Promises To Mend Fences With Critics On FacultyMichael Hogan tells the Associated Press he underestimated how much time and effort it would take to communicate with faculty on three campuses.
Trustees Tell U Of I President To Mend Fences With Faculty President Michael Hogan and trustees met behind closed doors for nearly four hours after more than 100 faculty members said they have "no confident" in Hogan's administration. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.
Sauk Village Police Chief Ordered To Leave, Locked Out Of StationThe mayor and police chief in Sauk Village were in court Tuesday, trying to get a judge to overturn a law passed by the village board that led to the police chief getting locked out of the station a day earlier.
U Of I Raises Tuition By 4.8 PercentThe University of Illinois will raise tuition for incoming students at its campuses next year by 4.8 percent. When combined with increased housing costs and fees, one year on the flagship Urbana-Champaign campus will now cost more than $24,000.