CU Regents questioning law school subsidies

University of Colorado regents want to know why the Boulder campus School of Law is running at a loss and being subsidized by other students.

Last year, the law school spent $26 million, more than $1.5 million more than its revenue. Other colleges are also losing money, including the College of Music, which lost more than $4 million, and the College of Engineering, which lost more than $6 million.

Regents are singling out the law school because law students are facing higher tuition hikes and undergraduates are still helping pay for the Wolf Law Building, which opened in 2006.