Budget Presentations

Presentations

The most recent presentation on the KU Lawrence budget situation was held on Wednesday, Dec. 5, in 120 Budig Hall. Topics included the effects of budget reductions to date and a look at efforts to create a new budget model for the KU Lawrence campus.

Dec. 5 Presentation

 

 


 

Oct. 17 Presentation

Click here to watch the livestream of the campus budget conversation on Wednesday, Oct. 17. When on the echo360 page, click on the entry for the Oct. 17 Budget Conversation, then click play. Interim Provost Lejuez reviewed current activity toward budget reductions by academic units and academic services units. He also addressed fiscal transactions between KU Endowment and the university and KU Athletics and the university.

 


 

Sept. 26 Presentation

A campus-wide budget conversation was held Wednesday, Sept. 26. Interim Provost Lejuez reviewed expected budget reductions by academic units and academic service units.

 

 


 

August 27 Presentation

A campus-wide budget conversation was held Monday, Aug. 27, in the Spahr Engineering Classroom of Eaton Hall. Interim Provost Lejuez reviewed the latest information about budget cuts affecting the Lawrence campus, took comments and answered questions.

 

 


 

June 6 Presentation

The first budget town hall took place Wednesday, June 6, 2018. Media Production Studio reported that there were some issues with network connectivity in the Ballroom, which affected the audio quality of the livestream and the recording. They have worked to enhance the audio track.

 

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