One of the two signs/maps Directory Communications and Visual Arts is still up on Building 3. The Communication Department and the Art and Design Department have not been together in almost 10 years. Building facilities should revise the signage to be more current. Can we have the signage revised?
If I use a car for travel why can’t I be reimbursed for any amount below the amount it would cost for me to use my own car? I raise this question because I own a standard size car. I own that size car because I do not want to drive a subcompact or compact car. Hence, when I rent a car, I rent a standard-size or full-size car. The cost for my rental car and the cost for gas is always less than the cost that I would be reimbursed for using my own car. Sometimes the difference is over $100. Yet, I am just reimbursed for the cost of the rental car at the subcompact or compact car rate. Granted the amount of money involved is small, but it turns out I have to reimburse UNF for the difference. The reason for this is that in order for me to not be charged tax for the rental, I must use my Pcard. For one trip I owe $5. How much will it cost for my $5 check to be processed by UNF? Let’s be sure to include in that cost the time I will spend delivering the check to the cashier’s office and the time others will spend making sure it is credited to the right account. Put another way, can I rent a car and request to be reimbursed for mileage for my own car?
Our Dean has informed us that our freshmen admissions yield has declined over the past two years, reducing significantly the number of FTIC students entering UNF. As a result we apparently have had to “backfill” with a larger number of transfer students than we would otherwise normally admit, to make up the enrollment deficit. Has the administration examined whether the declining numbers of FTICs is associated with freshmen mandatory housing and/or the desire to enhance the freshmen student profile through more stringent admission requirements?
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