The Twin Cities campus Farmers Market is back for the 2023 season!
The federal government announced May 11, 2023, as the end of the public health emergency from COVID-19. This means several changes for University medical benefits.
Results of the late-April Graduate Assistant vote to unionize are available.
Extension offers webinars in English and Spanish on finances, mindfulness, food and nutrition, and more.
Find out where to find official University financial planning services.
Cases of unemployment fraud have increased. Know the warning signs and what to do if you’ve been targeted.
April is Financial Literacy Month! Level up your financial knowledge with resources from University retirement savings provider Fidelity.
The University has added Juneteenth as an observed holiday systemwide moving forward.
Planning to retire in the next 10 years? Get ready with resources offered through University partners and the Office of Human Resources.
Jess Coffey and Amy Newland share their experience of working at the University's Veterinary Medical Center.