A&M Regents to Consider 2006-2007 Budget

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The end of the fiscal year is approaching, and many entities are considering their spending plans for the next 12 months.

The Texas A&M University System is no exception, and regents meet this week to consider a budget totaling about $2.6 billion.

On the agenda for the College Station components are new additions and new people.

Regents will consider new buildings for the A&M Vet School, as well as the Texas Transportation Institute.

On the personnel side, the board will discuss taking steps to appoint a new vice president and associate provost for diversity.