- U of L reveals major parking changes
- IRS turns eye on Ramsey and administration
- SACS confirms accreditation worries
- Don’t buy the hype on Louisville football this year
- Board increases tuition, other fees
- U of L Foundation can remove Ramsey
- Meet U of L’s interim vice president and provost
- How James Ramsey fell from grace
- Driver charged with murder of former cheerleader
- Billingsley named interim vice president & provost
All posts tagged "finance"
- Make your money work for you
Wouldn’t it be nice to have some of the money you spend end up back in your pocket while also creating a financial identity that will benefit you for post-graduation life? Investing in a credit card is...
- Posted September 16, 2015
- College budget: There’s an app for that
You are a young college student with a full-time class schedule and a part-time job, maybe two. On top of that, you join a club for extra-curricular purposes. The last thing you have time for is managing a...
- Posted September 15, 2015
- Polar vortex season proves costly for Physical Plant
By Olivia Krauth– As winter ends, the university’s physical plant is facing a serious financial hit from the treacherous winter. Some estimate snow removal alone could balloon to four or five times more spent in years past....
- Posted March 15, 2014
- Editorial: U of L Foundation needs oversight
The U of L Foundation has been responsible for financially sustaining a vast number of programs, departments and scholarships for the university. Most of the university’s funding, $141.8 million, comes from the foundation and its fundraising has...
- Posted August 21, 2012
- Students narrowly avoid additional debt: interest rates remain low
By Rae Hodge– On Friday, Congress passed legislation preventing student loan interest rates from doubling on July 1. Rates on subsidized Stafford loans will remain at 3.4 percent for an additional year. The $6 billion cost of...
- Posted July 2, 2012
- President Ramsey announces layoffs at U of L
by Rae Hodge– University of Louisville President James Ramsey has announced the coming layoff of 10 to 15 employees of the university, citing a 6.4 percent cut in state-wide higher education funding as the cause....
- Posted June 7, 2012
- Grant program prepares students for college
By James El-Mallakh– If you ask a freshman in high school what year he or she will graduate, one would answer 2016. But according to Kim Millard the answer is 2020, which is the year that student...
- Posted May 3, 2012
- How to ball on a budget
By Michael Baldwin– College can get expensive; tuition, meal plan and book are going to leave your bank account empty. With all these expenses how is one able to afford anything else? This article is here to...
- Posted May 2, 2012
- Editorial: Students get a raw deal with rising education costs, budget cuts
The recent unveiling of tuition increases paired with education budget cuts can be quite worrisome for students, and for young people looking to get the most out of college and plan for the future. The University of...
- Posted April 24, 2012
- Students, faculty and staff submit budget cutting ideas
By Caitlyn Crenshaw– Almost 190 faculty, staff and students put on their thinking caps when the university asked for suggestions to save money in the upcoming operating budget with the cut of state appropriations totaling about $9.6...
- Posted April 10, 2012