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Going forward, students who have need of special transportation accommodations will be asked to use the aTa Bus that runs routes on and off campus.
The Board of Regents decided to keep tuition flat for resident undergraduate students with a 1.5 percent increase for graduate and non-resident undergraduate students.
SGA debated building hours for the College of Business, committee member speaking rights and decreases in UPC privilege fee allocations.
Despite a little extra monetary padding in the bank, Kansas State will still seek a tuition rate increase and budgetary reductions.
Upcoming K-State budget cuts affect the university on a wider scale.
With a decline in enrollment of nearly 1,000 students this fall, K-State has been forced to increase tuition and introduce budget cuts to all the colleges.
Colleges at K-State are already grappling with this year’s round of budget cuts, but more may be on the way.
Kansas Board of Regents approves tuition increase request at June meeting.
More than $750,000 in cuts leaves the College of Education looking for alternative ways to maintain its high-quality education without increasing student fees.
Budget cuts of 2 and 3 percent may appear small, but it leads to a $5 million cut for the College of Arts and Sciences.
Statewide budget cuts and an internal callback leave a large impact on the university's smallest college, the College of Architecture, Planning and Design.
The College of Human Ecology is looking at the possibility of implementing an additional fee due to state budget cuts and a university callback.
While the building was mostly funded by private donations, the college is lacking funding for staff and faculty to fully utilize the new space.
The College of Agriculture is vulnerable to losing its best people after lack of raises and competitive salaries due to state cuts in higher education, the college's dean said.
Budget cuts left the College of Engineering with little choice but to charge students additional fees.
After almost 10 years, Kansas State's Hale Library will no longer be open for 24 hours a day.
Youth programs such as after-school care are facing reduced funding due to Kansas budget cuts.
Potential impacts would result from large increases in agriculture-related taxes
$7.8 million proposed to be taken out of transportation
K-State students have received plenty of unwelcome news this summer. After the Kansas Senate approved the 2014 budget on June 2, cutting funding for...