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A student scans her parking permit before exiting the Kenton Garage.

Breaking it down: NKU parking rates compared to local universities

Emily Sisk, News Editor September 11, 2023

Parking on a college campus typically comes with its share of woes, like finding a bright yellow parking ticket on your car’s windshield, as well as victories, like tracking down an open parking spot...

The Board of Regents met this Wednesday, March 15 in the Student Union ballroom.

Shrinking faculty, finances of parking, dining, Truist Arena discussed at board meeting

Mildred Nguyen, Managing Editor March 16, 2023

The Board of Regents saw updates on Northern Kentucky University’s Reposition Plan, its effects on faculty and the budget, and the status of auxiliary services at their meeting this week. NKU has...

Provost Matt Cecil, CFO Jeremy Alltop and Dr. Eddie Howard were among the administrators present at the student listening session.

Student listening session answers questions on repositioning, outsourcing health services

Mildred Nguyen, Managing Editor February 9, 2023

In an open student listening session held Feb. 8 in the Student Union, university administrators answered questions regarding the ongoing repositioning plan and a decision to outsource health services...

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NKU provost answers student questions

Kane Mitten, Arts & Life Editor April 6, 2020

On Monday afternoon, Provost Sue Ott Rowlands sent out a campus-wide email clarifying many of the questions the administration has received about current and future plans for the university in the wake...

Two cars fighting over a parking space.

‘It’s all about the turnover’: Parking Services sells more passes than spots available

Kyle Wade, Reporter November 20, 2019

With 10,734 parking passes issued and only 6,694 parking spots available as of Nov. 14, 2019, finding a parking spot has become a difficult task for NKU students and faculty alike.  “It’s like...

The Board of Regents meeting on September 11th.

Board of Regents announces new residence hall and new pizzeria

Noelle Horn, Assistant News Editor September 12, 2019
On Sept. 11, NKU’s Board of Regents met for their first meeting of the semester. Enrollment and retention rates, plans for a new dorm and a new pizza restaurant coming to the Student Union were some of the topics discussed.
The James C. and Rachel M. Votruba Student Union.

Tuition rate jumps as housing, dining and parking fees rise

Josh Goad, Assistant News Editor March 26, 2019

It just got slightly more expensive to attend NKU. The Board of Regents approved several rate increases, including a 2.8 percent tuition hike, for various goods and services on campus during their March...

President Hannah Edelen and Chief Justice Travis Roy give a presentation.

What you missed at SGA Feb. 11

Josh Goad, Assistant New Editor February 12, 2019

On Feb. 11, SGA hosted the directors of university housing and business operations, who both gave presentations. SGA student senate was also excited to vote on a new resolution aimed at extending library...

NKU Board of Regents voted to increase parking, housing and dining fees.

Parking, housing and dining rates increase

Sam Rosenstiel, News Editor March 14, 2018
NKU’s Board of Regents approved raising fees for parking passes, housing and meal plans at their Wednesday meeting. The new rates will go into effect next fall. Here’s a breakdown of the new fees.
What you missed at SGA Feb. 26

What you missed at SGA Feb. 26

Blake Girlinghouse, Reporter February 27, 2018
The Student Government Association heard a presentation on proposed increases in housing, meal plans and parking rates at their Monday meeting.
Construction workers planting trees that will one day be large by Lot K.

UPDATE: A greener Lot K nears completeion

Wayne Gates, Reporter September 25, 2017

Work on the $2.95 million project is scheduled to be done by the end of this month.  When it is finished, there will be about 100 fewer parking spaces. Some electrical work remains to be completed, as...

NKU Regent Dennis Repenning listens to a presentation by Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs Sue Ott Rowlands (left) during Wednesdays Board of Regents meeting.

NKU modifies master plan for new residence hall

Matt Sexton, Managing Editor November 3, 2016

The NKU Board of Regents voted Wednesday to approve the use of land currently occupied by Parking Lot F as a site for a new residence hall. A last-minute addition to the agenda, the issue was one of...

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