Record Setting Budget Approved At UK

The Board of Trustees at the University of Kentucky have approved a record-setting budget for the next school year.

The budget of more than 2 billion dollars includes more than 35 million dollars targeted at keeping students at UK.

The budget represents a 180 million dollar increase over last year.

Students will be footing part of the bill for the record budget. Next year, in-state tuition will go up by nine percent.

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  • by Dad Location: Lexington on Jun 13, 2007 at 03:52 AM
    I'm glad my child chose a private, Christian school for college. I don't think I could have afforded UK.
  • by Sickened Alumni Location: Lexington on Jun 12, 2007 at 07:26 PM
    Tuition goes up, mediocre education stays the same...
  • by Vickie Location: Kentucky on Jun 12, 2007 at 04:19 PM
    I just love when the UK President gets his bonus. The students are always given a tuition increase for the next school year. Then they purchase property that ALWAYS ends up costing more more more. May be they should consider taxing the air theat students breathe.
  • by kelly Location: nicholasville on Jun 12, 2007 at 04:04 PM
    this makes sense, 35 million targeted to keep students at UK then making them pay for it, maybe the 9 percent tuition increase is the reason they are leaving. making them pay the cost to promote them to stay, this sounds like some logical thinking or does it?


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