FY19 Budget

The May 29, 2018, message from Interim Provost Carl Lejuez informed the KU Lawrence campus of the need for substantial budget adjustments. As campus moves through the process to cut budgets, this page will offer updates, information, and links to resources.

 

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.

 

 

 

A link to the presentation slides appears below under the Resources header.

Previous information sessions held on Oct. 17, Sept. 27, Aug. 27, and June 6 can be viewed on the Presentations page. Additional steps are needed to watch the Oct. 17 campus budget conversation. Click the appropriate link on the presentations page. When on the echo360 page, click on the entry for the Oct. 17 Budget Conversation, then click play.

 


 

Resources

December 5 Campus Budget Conversation presentation materials"

October 17 Campus Budget Conversation presentation materials:

September 26 Campus Budget Conversation presentation materials:

August 27 Budget Conversation presentation materials:

June 6 Town Hall presentation materials:

 


 

Messages

Provost's Message: Renewed Optimism, December 3, 2018, from Interim Provost Lejuez

Provost's Message: A Push for Constructive Change, August 27, 2018, from Interim Provost Lejuez

Budget Town Hall Follow-up, June 13, 2018, from Interim Provost Lejuez

Changes to Central Administration Structure, June 1, 2018, from Chancellor Douglas A. Girod, and Interim Provost Carl Lejuez

KU Lawrence Campus Budget, May 29, 2018, from Interim Provost Lejuez

 


 

Feedback

Your questions, concerns and ideas will inform budget decisions. Please share them by email, provost@ku.edu, or through the anonymous feedback form.

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