The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents will meet this week to get its first look at next year's budgets and consider athletic construction for its flagship campus. Notably not on the agenda is a controversial proposal by Gov. Rick Perry to create an administrative position of equal power to the chancellor.
The regents will meet Thursday to consider proposed tuition and fee increases. It will be the public's first chance to weigh in on the hike that won't be voted on until a later date.
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