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All posts tagged "tuition"
- Financial woes voiced at tuition meeting
By Kyeland Jackson — Presenting to students from health sciences and other departments, speakers discussed the problem of rising tuition. One of the primary concerns revolved around budget cuts forwarded through Governor Matt Bevin’s order. Dean of Students...
- Posted April 1, 2016
- Blocking College Abacus makes costs less transparent
By Chris Acree– When my family first began preparing to go to college a long time ago, my father was asked by other parents for advice on how to adequately prepare. The first thing he’d always answer...
- Posted February 16, 2016
- U of L loses, gains with proposed Bevin budget
By Olivia Krauth– Governor Matt Bevin’s proposed budget immediately hits U of L, slicing $6.3 million from this year’s budget using executive order. If passed as is, Bevin’s budget will also cut $12.6 million for the next...
- Posted January 31, 2016
- Kentucky state senator proposes tuition freeze bill
By Andrew Hebert– As temperatures across the Bluegrass plummet toward zero, a different type of freeze is being discussed in Frankfort. Representative Dan Seum from Louisville is attempting to help the financial strain of college in Kentucky...
- Posted January 22, 2016
- Freezing weather? Try freezing tuition rates
By Nick Amon– With the beginning of the spring semester underway, many of us have already visited the dreaded Bursar office to pay our skyrocketing tuition fees. As if these tuition prices weren’t steep enough, the increasing...
- Posted January 14, 2016
- 68 students denied National Guard tuition assistance
By Simon Isham– Sixty-eight U of L students who are in the Kentucky Army National Guard will be losing their scholarships next semester. The students, who each received $5,000 per semester from the Kentucky National Guard, were...
- Posted December 10, 2015
- The collegiate success story fades as tuition prices soar
By Ryan Hiles– Brilliant people come from all over the world over for an American education. What makes American colleges so exceptional, however, is also what makes them so expensive. There is an unbelievable amount of money...
- Posted September 16, 2015
- Tuition to increase by three percent
By Olivia Krauth– It’s official: Tuition will be rising three percent for U of L students for the 2015-2016 academic year, U of L’s Board of Trustees decided today. The increase pushes a full-time, in-state student’s tuition...
- Posted June 4, 2015
- U of L finance committee passes tuition increase
By Olivia Krauth– Despite no state cut to higher education funding, U of L’s Board of Trustees’ finance committee approved a three percent tuition and fees increase for the 2015-2016 academic year today. This is the first...
- Posted May 14, 2015
- Tuition talk: who determines the college price tag
By Rae Chaney — Be prepared to see the price of tuition increase for the 2015-2016 school year. University President James Ramsey confirmed on Thursday that U of L plans increase tuition by three percent. One day...
- Posted April 2, 2015