- Associated Press - Monday, April 20, 2015

GRAND FORKS, N.D. (AP) - The president of the University of North Dakota is promising to improve the way he and his staff communicate with students following a call for a no-confidence vote from student leaders.

President Robert Kelley says he will develop ways to communicate with students using UND’s website, blogs, videos and social media. He says he will also advocate for students with the chancellor of the North Dakota University System, the state Board of Higher Education and the legislature to keep tuition rates as low as possible.

Student leaders have accused Kelley and his administration of not being open enough about tuition proposals presented to students last month.

UND’s student senate is scheduled to meet Wednesday to address a no-confidence resolution.

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