CHICAGO - The Wayne State University Board of Governors plans to enter the market this week with $112 million of fixed-rate bonds to refund outstanding debt and terminate a pair of interest rate swaps.

The transaction comes as WSU and other state-supported universities across Michigan brace for cuts in aid as legislators craft a final 2010 budget.

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