MnSCU reaches faculty contract

Associated Press

MINNEAPOLIS — The Minnesota State Colleges and Universities System has reached a tentative contract agreement with its faculty union.

The pact would cover a two-year period ending June 30, 2009. Details weren’t immediately released.

MnSCU chancellor James McCormick and union president Greg Mulcahy said they were pleased to have reached a settlement.

Faculty members must vote on the pact, which also needs approval by the Legislature.

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