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KU is now offering summer student housing contracts to students not enrolled for summer 2021 classes. Details about how to apply and information about summer student housing was sent out in an email on Wednesday.

The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and the School of Engineering are among those greatly affected by recent budget cuts announced Wednesday.

The University of Kansas Faculty Senate voted to approve a ‘lack of confidence’ resolution in Chancellor Douglas Girod and Provost Barbara Bichelmeyer last month, following controversy surrounding the chancellor's and provost's handling of the university's budget concerns. 

The Kansas Union will no longer receive funds from the revenue generated by the Jayhawk logo, Kansas Union representatives said during a Student Senate Finance Committee meeting in February. 

“It’s not like you’re renting a bedroom for $500 a month,” Bill Larzalere, Chief Litigation Officer at KU LSS said. “You are on the hook for all $5,000, if that’s what the rent is, or if there’s damages. You’re on the hook for the whole amount.”

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