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Being Held Accountable to Kentuckians

by Faust,Brian last modified Jul 23, 2010 03:43 PM

Being Held Accountable to Kentuckians



UofL has maintained its commitment to the goal of the Post Secondary Education Improvement Act of 1997 (HB1), while absorbing multiple budget cuts in past years—a cumulative $104.6 million since fiscal year 2001–2002. Over that same time period we have identified more than $97.5 million in cost savings and avoidances from reduced energy use and retrofitting buildings to be more efficient to limiting window cleaning to every 2 years. Learn more at louisville.edu/president/accountability

UofL is accountable when it spends tax and tuition dollars wisely, protects and improves the environment, creates community partnerships, supports cultural and artistic endeavors, helps businesses succeed, builds healthier communities and promotes research and medical breakthroughs.

Nearly every Kentucky citizen has been affected by a program or initiative that had its beginnings at UofL. Our university is making the Commonwealth a better place to live, work and enjoy life.

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