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Topic - Tim Wolfe
An independent report released Friday says the University of Missouri failed to follow parts of the federal law that governs sexual harassment on campus when handling the case of a former swimmer's suicide.
University of Missouri President Tim Wolfe says the four-campus system is committed to bolstering its mental health services as a separate legal review of a former school swimmer's suicide is expected to soon begin.
A former University of Missouri swimmer's allegations that she had been sexually assaulted by several football players as a freshman before later committing suicide will come up at a curators' meeting this week, two members of the board said Monday.
University of Missouri System President Tim Wolfe says he'll recommend that tuition at the system's four campuses not increase for the 2014-15 school year.
"We're truly sorry for this heartbreaking tragedy and apologize for whatever shortcomings may have occurred on our part, and our treatment of her while she was one of our students," he said. "You remain in our thoughts and prayers as a university community."
"It became clear to us that we needed a stronger, more transparent policy," he said at a news conference Friday.