Rutgers University was ordered by the New Jersey Superior Court this week Hand over financial information about their sports plan Go to the AAUP-AFT of Rutgers University, the faculty union.
The ruling is in response to A lawsuit Rutgers University’s AAUP-AFT filed a lawsuit against the university last summer for failing to provide detailed information about the sports sector’s debt, which increased from approximately US$45.4 million in 2019 to US$121.5 million in 2020.Union leader Argued Sports spending “totally reckless” is threatening the mission of the university. Judge Alberto Rivas ruled that the university is obliged to disclose this information under the state’s Open Public Records Act.
in a Similar rulings In October last year, Judge Michael Toto ordered Rutgers University to provide other documents to the union, including those related to US$80.1 million in improving the university’s football field and a US$30.8 million investment in RWJ Barnabas Health Athletic Performance Center, a sports medicine and sports practice facility. document.