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Senate agrees on budget for 2019-2020 fiscal year, makes additional cuts to University Press

Senate agrees on budget for 2019-2020 fiscal year, makes additional cuts to University Press

February 1, 2019

Correction February 2 2:20 p.m. This story has been corrected as Humphreys was not the one to call the Jupiter homecoming the "weakes...

Student Government: 2018-19 budget deemed ‘unconstitutional’

Student Government: 2018-19 budget deemed ‘unconstitutional’

February 8, 2018

Jupiter campus senators challenged the University Wide Senate and its President Kyle MacDonald, who voted to pass the budget.

Less Money Fewer Jobs: Final Budget for Student Organizations Approved

Less Money Fewer Jobs: Final Budget for Student Organizations Approved

April 2, 2016

Find out how much each student organization will receive in the coming year.

Administration Compensation: more student fees are paying for salaries

Administration Compensation: more student fees are paying for salaries

March 3, 2016

Eight years ago, America was in a recession. People were losing jobs left, right and center, but not at Florida Atlantic.

Less Money, Fewer Jobs: Student body president weighs in on budget cuts

Less Money, Fewer Jobs: Student body president weighs in on budget cuts

February 25, 2016

ven less money than previously expected will be going to pay student employees if new recommendations from student body Presiden...

Less Money, Fewer Jobs: Student media, graduate students take brunt of budget cuts

Less Money, Fewer Jobs: Student media, graduate students take brunt of budget cuts

February 23, 2016

It’s cutting season around Florida Atlantic University. For the second year in a row, student organizations’ budgets are on the chopping block, facing more cutbacks than the year before. But unlike last year, where the cuts were split relatively equally over 40 student organizations, some programs are feeling more pain than others.

FAU, are you informed?

FAU, are you informed?

January 19, 2016

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High-ranking Student Government member chooses bar over important meeting

High-ranking Student Government member chooses bar over important meeting

January 14, 2016

The University Budget and Appropriations Committee was supposed to meet on Jan. 11 to approve an $8.6 million budget for next year — but that wasn’t able to happen since the group’s chief financial officer was too busy signing off on bar tabs down the street.