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January 1992
To: Governor Jones and Members of the Kentucky General Assembly

I am pleased to forward this brief summary of the University of Kentucky‘s Funding of the University’s request would allow us to maintain that progress—
1992—94 Biennial Request to you. This Request is based on the University's and to address the critical areas of teaching and learning, the continuing
Strategic Plan and has been developed within the Council on Higher Education’s enrollment demands of the Community College System, the University’s unique
funding formula. The booklet also contains a profile of the University including role in serving the Commonwealth through economic development and public

4 facts on enrollment, tuition and fees, degrees conferred, and staffing. service initiatives (with special attention to our role in the successful implemen—

During the current biennium, in which the University received the largest tation of the Education Reform Act and the Healthcare Reform Act), and the
biennial increase in the history of state funding to the University, we were able building and retention of an excellent faculty and staff. (See pp. 2-9 for descriptive
to address many of our highest priorities: competitive salaries and benefits for information on the University‘s 1992-94 operating and capital request.)
University employees; critically needed faculty and support staff positions in the My commitment is to excellence and quality at the University of Kentucky l
Community College System to meet enrollment demands; equity issues; under— believe this request reflects that commitment, and I look forward to working with
graduate instruction needs; the University’s commitment to service and graduate you to make these plans a reality.
level instruction throughout the Commonwealth; and major programmatic needs.
For this, we owe our thanks to you. (For detailed information on how the Sincerel
1990—92 increase in state appropriation was used by the University, see y,
pp. 10-11). Unfortunately, the recent revenue shortfall and the subsequent budget
reduction to the University will negatively impact some of the gains we were able W My
to make.

The challenge before us is to ensure that we maintain the gains made during

‘ this biennium, with a particular emphasis on maintaining competitive salaries, and Charles T. Wethington, Jr.
that we continue to build on that progress during the forthcoming biennium. President
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1

 1992-94 BIEN N IAL REQUEST PRIORITIES
—_—_—_—_———_—_______
COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM '
Statutory and Contractual Obligations—Adjustment in existing Student Access to Higher Education—Weekend/Evening and

debt service, staff benefits, utilities, and operating funds for Extended Campus Programs $ 918,000
new buildings $ 4,824,300 General Education Expansion (Systemwide)—to expand the
5% Salary Increase (per year) 6,719,700 general studies curriculum by adding course offerings in 1
Increased Cost of Supplies and Services 1,180,300 the arts, languages, and humanities 1,018,800
Restoration of Budget Reduction 3,287,300 Cooperative Education, Placement and Student Services 878,400
Faculty Position Catch—Up—to reduce the high student/faculty Faculty, Staff and Program Excellence 325,000
ratio resulting from a rapidly growing student body 7,998,100 Deferred Maintenance Funding—to provide ongoing funding to
Support Staff Position Catch-Up—to provide adequate staffing maintain adequately the physical plant 1,166,200
and accommodate current enrollment 2,262,600 Partnerships with Business/Industry/Communities—
Benefits Enhancement—continuation of retirement equalization systemwide 779,900
between faculty and staff 94,300 Nursing Programs—systemwide 2,466,200
Current Expense Improvement—to provide an adequate level New Programs (Systemwide)—allied health, business
of operating support for faculty and staff 1,025,000 technology, engineering technology, and public service
Library Collection Development—to provide adequate support programs 3,277,500
for library books 550,000 Formula Re
. - _ - - quest 42,774,600
Insgfiflgfilgdfigflgnlgm to provnde for equnpment purchases Less Portion to be Supported by Tuition Increases 2,084,800
gular replacement 1,760,300 R st for St I F nd 40689800
Computing Support—to provide state-of-the-art computing eque a e U S ' '
capability for faculty, students, and staff 652,400
Developmental Studies—to improve learning laboratories and ,
expand developmental studies programs for disadvantaged
students to enhance their chances for success in college
programs 1,590,300
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2

 1992-94 BIENNIAL REQUEST PRIORITIES (continued)
. COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM UNIVERSITY SYSTEM
Special Requests Statutory and Contractual Obligations—Adjustment in existing
000 Lexington Community College Tuition Equalization debt service, staff benefits, utilities and operating funds for
University Request 38 764,000 new buildings $ 7,620,600
., Recommended by Council on Higher Education (CHE) 764,000 5% Salary Increase (per year) 29,175,000
300 London—Corbin Operating Expenses Increased Cost of Supplies and Services 6,293,600
400 University Request 980,000 Restoration of Budget Reduction 11,839,900
300 Recommended by CHE 200,000 Library Collection Development & Support—to increase the
Extended Campus Sites—Whitley City level of support for the library book budget and library
200 (McCreary County); Whitesburg; Pikeville staffing 1,402,900
University Request 807,600 Instructional and Research Equipment—to provide for
900 Recommended by CHE 0 equipment purchases and its regular replacement 2,500,000
200 BITAC Centers Deferred Maintenance Funding—to provide ongoing funding to
University Request 790,000 maintain adequately the physical plant 4,338,100
Recommended by CHE 0 Benefits Enhancement—continuation of retirement equalization
500 Funding of Current Enrollment Levels between faculty and staff 915,000
h University Request 11,207,800 Computing Support—to provide state-of—the-art computing
900 Recommended by CHE O capability for faculty, students, and staff 649,300
300 Debt Service—as recommended by the Council on Higher Current Expense Improvement—to provide an adequate level
300 Education (see capital request) 4,148,000 of operating support for faculty and staff 1,025,000
Total Request for State Funds $ 45,801,800 KERA Initiatives 686,700
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3

 1992-94 BIENNIAL REQUEST PRIORITIES [continued]
——_______—__—__—_—_____—_
UNIVERSITY SYSTEM .
Strategic Plan Initiatives Agriculture‘Economic Development initiative
Commitment to Scholarship and Academic Excellence— ggggfiméfigggiitCHE $ 2'565‘208

improvements in the teaching and learning environment $12,767,300 . ~
Economic Development and Public Service Initiatives 254,900 KenltJlJnc‘i/(grgteoliqogiclaéigurvey Program Enhancement 1 031 300 ‘
Diversity Initiatives 374,000 Recommyendgd by CHE , . 0
Development and Stewardship of University Human, Fiscal and . -
Physical Resources 4711000 giggirsfiggPharmaceutical Science and Technology
New Academic Programs 1,213,000 . .
Formula Request , . 81,526,300 ggggfigfi§§§g%§,‘CHE 716508
Less Portion to be Supported by Tuttion increases 4,515,800 Emerging Center of Excellence in Molecular Biology
Request for State Funds 77,010,500 University Request 4433 000
Special Requests . Recommended by CHE Y 0
Engineering Program Enhancement (recommended in Debt Service—as recommended by CHE
Cegtlt-elfgfugggglience for Rural Healthcare 500,000 (Schtgaggalugigggfgtate Funds 5 911161121288
University Request 4,090,900 q , ,
Recommended by CHE 2,051,700
KERA Implementation
University Request 1,868,700
Recommended by CHE 525,000
4

 1992-94 CAPITAL REQUEST FOR AGENCY FUNDING
- Community College System University System (continued)
‘ Major Equipment $ 915,000 Projects which Expand Service $ 27,181,000
08 Life Safety/Environmental/Handicapped Access Projects 310,000 (Includes Central Library—$12,000,000, Aging Building—
Projects Which Protect Investment in Plant 900,000 $3,000,000, Career Planning and Placement Center——
00 ‘ Space Realignment/Remodeling Projects 1,760,000 $2,605,000, and Parking Structure—$6,000,000)
0 Projects Which Expand Service 2,520,000 Utility Projects 1,000,000
00 Hospital
0 Major Equipment 33 54,635,000
, , Life Safety/ Environmental/ Handicapped Access Projects 2,700,000
00 Universtty System Projects Which Protect Investment in Plant 1,480,000
0 Major Equipment $ 27,995,650 Space Realignment/Remodeling Projects 11,920,000
00 Life Safety/Environmental/Handicapped Access Projects 4,665,000 Projects Which Expand Service 34,750,000
00 Projects Which Protect Investment in Plant 16,265,000 Utility Projects 2,600,000
Space Realignment/Remodeling Projects 2,965,000 Land Use Plan/Land Acquisition 2,100,000 4
5 ,

 1992-94 CAPITAL REQUEST FOR STATE FUNDING
Council on Higher Education

Community College System Request Recommendation
Life Safety/Environmental Health/Handicapped Access $ 3,000,000” $ 3,000,000 ‘
Hazard—Student/ Performing Arts/Conference Center 10,000,000l2l 10,000,000
Ashland—Classroom Building 4,100,000 4,100,000
Lexington Community College—Campus Expansion 13,000,000 13,000,000
Somerset—Student Center/Academic Building 3,800,000 —
Paducah—Carson Hall Renovation 2,300,000 2,300,000
HopkinsvilIe—Regional Technical Training Center 4,800,000 4,800,000
Paducah—Crisp Building Renovation 500,000 500,000
London-Corbin Community College 12,500,000 —
l‘lTotal scope is $3,310,000; balance to be provided by agency funds.
I21Tota| scope is $12,000,000; balance to be provided by agency funds.

6

 1992-94 CAPITAL REQUEST FOR STATE FUNDING

, Council on Higher Education
University System Request Recommendation
Life Safety/Environmental Health/Handicapped Access $ 15,656,000l3) $ 15,656,000
Accreditation Requirements—Architecture 7,100,000 m

, Roof Replacements 1,888,000 1,888,000
Renovation of Historic Buildings 11,540,000 "*
Memorial Coliseum Renovation 1,750,000 *“
Program Renovations 1,383,000 "*
Deferred Maintenance 5,720,000 5,720,000
Supercomputer Upgrade 7,000,000 7,000,000
Central Library 46,000,000”) 46,000,000
Utility Projects 19,440,000 9,890,000l6)
Plant Science Building 15,500,000 —
Aging Building 10,000,00015) —
Mechanical Engineering Building 13,300,000 13,300,000
Animal Research Beef, Sheep, and Swine Facilities 12,000,000 —
Allied Health Building 13,500,000 — ,
Hazardous Materials Facility 1,600,000 1,600,000
Rural Health Initiative Center 20,000,000 —
Multidisciplinary Life Sciences Building 8,200,000 —
Major Equipment—Rural Health Initiative 550,000 550,000
Major Equipment—Emerging Center in Molecular Biology 880,000 —
l3lTota| scope is $18,166,000; balance to be provided by agency funds
l4lTota| scope is $58,000,000; balance to be provided by agency funds,
l5lTota| scope is $13,000,000; balance to be provided by agency funds.
(585,000,000 utility project not recommended; $4,550,000 in utility projects recommended for agency funding.
"'Project recommended for agency funding.

7

 SOURCES OF REVENUE
Budgeted Requested Requested ,
1991-92” 1992-93 1993-94
Community College System
General Fund $ 68,711,600 $ 93,262,100 $ 114,513,400
‘Restricted Agency Funds 46,571,600 47,144,200 48,519,000 ~
Federal Funds 15,194,600 15,263,200 15,335,100
Total $ 130,477,800 $ 155,669,500 $ 178,367,500
State Request 24,550,500 21,251,300
University System
General Fund $ 245,225,800 $ 287,875,200 $ 336,240,000
*Restricted Agency Funds 367,631,100 380,810,800 395,146,500
Federal Funds 53,845,000 55,251,400 56,722,200
Total $ 666,701,900 $ 723,937,400 $ 788,108,700
State Request 42,649,400 48,364,800
Total
General Fund $ 313,937,400 $ 381,137,300 $ 450,753,400
*Restricted Agency Funds 414,202,700 427,955,000 443,665,500
Federal Funds 69,039,600 70,514,600 72,057,300
Total $ 797,179,700 $ 879,606,900 $ 966,476,200
State Request 67,199,900 69,616,100
‘Includes tuition and lees, county appropriations, endowment income, investment income, gifts and grants, sales and services, Hospital,
Auxiliary Services, restricted funds, and affiliated corporations.

"Includes recurring reductions of $3,287,300 and $1 1 839,900 for the Community College System and University System, respectively,
and nonrecurring reductions of $1,425,500 and $3,026,400 for debt service lor the Communty College System and University System,
respectively.

8

 EXPENDITURES
, Budgeted Requested Requested
1991-92” 1992-93 1993-94
Program
Instruction 31% 207,696,500 $ 237,788,800 $ 266,050,600
~ Research 89,679,300 95,781,000 103,303,900

Public Service 73,406,000 80,949,800 86,966,500
Libraries 14,265,900 17,726,700 19,603,900
Academic Support 33,994,600 38,972,300 43,135,500
Student Services 19,091,100 22,508,200 26,040,000
Institutional Support 33,793,100 37,745,100 40,354,800
Operations and Maintenance 38,723,500 46,005,600 55,326,800
Student Financial Aid 37,665,200 37,988,200 38,924,300
Mandatory Transfers (Debt Service) 33,104,000 39,467,200 52,851,600
Auxiliaries 53,022,300 54,961,700 56,978,100
Hospital 162,738,200 169,712,300 176,940,200

Total $ 797,179,700 $ 879,606,900 $ 966,476,200
Category
Personnel Costs $ 456,301,200 $ 509,858,700 $ 556,280,900
Operating Expenses 264,719,200 284,013,000 304,932,500
Mandatory Transfers (Debt Service) 38,027,200 44,462,500 57,848,000
Capital Outlay 38,132,100 41,272,700 47,414,800

Total $ 797,179,700 $ 879,606,900 $ 966,476,200
"Includes recurring reductions of $3,287,300 and $11,839,900 for the Community College System and University System, respectively,

and nonrecurring reductions of $1,425,500 and $3,026,400 for debt service for the Community College System and University System,

respectively.

9

 USE OF INCREASE IN STATE APPROPRIATION (1990-92)
Community College System ,
Special Appropriations
Existing Debt Service Adjustments $ 434,700
New Debt Service 4,593,400
Commonwealth Scholars Program 152,200 ‘
Carrollton Courses 250,000
Subtotal $ 5,430,300
Program Increases
Fixed Costs-Benefits, Utilities, and M & O on New Buildings 35 1,154,100
Salary Increase (10% Pool Per Year)* 4,343,900
Operating Expense Increase (4% Pool Per Year) 432,000
Library Books 151,000
Retirement Equalization—First Phase 40,000
Faculty and Staff Positions 11,254,900
—Associated Operating Expenses 1,134,100
Leases at Lexington, Prestonsburg and Southeast 329,000
Capital Equipment 232,000
BITAC Center 130,000
Leadership Academy 50,000
Subtotal $ 24,681,300
Less Recurring Program Reduction 3,287,300 ,
Less Nonrecurring Debt Service Reduction 1,425,500
Total Increase $ 19,968,500
'Significant portion supported by tuition increase.
10 .

 USE OF INCREASE IN STATE APPROPRIATION (1990-92)
, University System
Special Appropriations
Existing Debt Service Adjustments $ 466,500
New Debt Service 7,155,700
4 Salary Catch—Up for Agricultural Extension Agents 1,775,000
Kentucky Cancer Registry 190,000
Rural Health Education Program 2,867,500
Groundwater Instruction and Research 620,000
Commonwealth Scholars Program 548,100
Operating Funds—Animal Diagnostic Lab 393,000
Subtotal $ 14,015,800
Program Increases
Fixed Costs—Benefits, Utilities, and M & O on New Buildings $ 3,053,400
Salary Increase (10% Pool Per Year)* 31,555,700
Operating Expense Increase (4% Pool Per Year) 2,095,000
Library Books 1,420,000
Retirement Equalization-First Phase 400,000
Education Reform Initiatives 100,000
Instructional Computing 450,000
Other Strategic Plan Initiatives 2,154,100
Subtotal $ 55,244,000
‘ Less Recurring Program Reduction 11,839,900
Less Nonrecurring Debt Service 3,026,400
Total Increase $ 40,377,700
‘Significant portion supported by tuition increase.
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 COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM ENROLLMENT
Fall 1991 Headcount Headcount and FTE“ ‘
50 46.069 50 _
(Preliminary)
Full-time Part-time Total 40 40758 40 _
Ashland 1,660 1,530 3,190 33,063 3645“
Elizabethtown 1,615 2,373 3,988
Hazard 793 636 1,429 30 29-775 30 _
Henderson 688 756 1,444 23 767 25569
Hopkinsville 875 2,208 3,083 ' __ 25,535
Jefferson 8,166 7,803 10,969 20 19.245 20701— 22341 20 _
Lexington 2,557 2,428 4,985 -—---- 18,525
Madisonville 915 1,397 2,312 __.__ W 15445
Maysville 502 729 1,231 10 1,554 13,397 10 _
Owensboro 1,045 1,542 2,587
Paducah 1,536 1,646 3,182
Prestonsburg 1,701 1,162 2,868 0
Somerset 1,325 1,231 2,556 1 0 ‘
Southeast 1,367 883 2,250 Fall 80 Fall 85 Fall 86 Fall 87 Fall 88 Fall 89 Fall 90 Fall 91 **
Total 19,745 26,324 46,069 *Full Time Equivalent Enrollment. . ,F
”Preliminary. ,. '1:
16 25

 UNIVERSITY SYSTEM ENROLLMENT
‘ Headcount and FTE“ Fall 1991 Headcount
46,069 50 _ ,
22 2 22.4 22.5 22.5 239 2319 (Preliminary)
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19 2 193 20.9 20,6 Undergraduate 14,725 2,934 17,659
30 18? 18-9 ‘91 ' ‘9-0 Graduate 2,283 2,531 4,814
Nat " Professional 1,045 50 1,095
23,509 23 08, 24132 House Staff/ Postdoctoral 564 O 564
1 22 824 221957 '
.5535 20 20,966 21,240 22,451 . Total 18,617 5,515 24,132
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90 Fiscal Year Federal State Business, Industry, Other

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3,000 3299? $ ’
323333.
2745 2,743 2743 £305 1,800
, 2.599: 2,606 2.608 Zigggggzfiga 3323:2635
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DEGREES ' , 33 3
CONFERRED 33 33 ’ 3 33
, f; 3 3‘ , 333 33% 134°“
2,000 1,940 3 33 3: £5; :33 33;;
,. g; 3,; / 97314733»: 33.3% 3 (E ‘3 ‘53“?
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£33 , 3:33;; 3333 2233, {35333- ‘3 3333‘?
337% 5 ' 33 ' r3 333 3333
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3% , 3 ,3 ' 53 3%? 3333 333 ’
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3 , 33 ’ 3 33“ 33 333
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Graduate 1,000 g3; '961 3;; 2, ,, 5‘7; - 33/1 333 3333 926 333523 1,018
33333 33732” [887 3%?/3; ,, 823 $333 832 £323 913 333% F3 600
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$2,000 9555
1,870 2&91844
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1500 5: 555 55
9, g 9 TUITION AND FEES
$5,” 525?; 5255/ “559597 ____________—________
1,400 5:995:55; E55 5555 €555
5 ’ 1435.1 3 KW 5,5555! . 3%
5595 ' 32 5; 55: 5 1991-92
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5555845 :55: 55,55 5515’ .5254 25%;
800 %g 55%: , 53: 55533 M5 Graduate $1,780 $5,340 $224
753 5‘5: , 9m: :55” gig “£53 $335
5682 5% $33; Egg;Z £551: 640 £3555 680 Undergraduate 1,620 4,860 224
‘ 5‘25- ' 55 5555 ,
600 gig 53% 555% 55? 540 fig, 580 $245, £953 Community College 680 2,040 —
400 39° 3“ 390 ‘55? 5 fig 5%? W?
9 55’“ - 9 9 59, 555 5,
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Annual Resident Tuition and Fees 21

 FACULTY AND STAFF
_—‘_————————————— —
UNIVERSITY SYSTEM COMMUNITY COLLEGE ,
1990 SYSTEM
Educational Hospital

Full-time Emeloxees and General and Auxiliary Total % Total 1990 % Total
Executive/Administrative/ Managerial 290 80 370 3.9% 118 6.6% '

Faculty 1,606 0 1,606 17.0 978 54.5

Professional Non-faculty 1,548 1,004 2,552 27.2 154 8.6

Secretarial/Clerical 1,587 459 2,046 21.8 394 21.9

Technical/Paraprofessional 715 300 1,015 10.8 17 0.9

Skilled Crafts 265 22 287 3.1 0 0.0

Service/Maintenance 828 693 1,521 16.2 134 7.5

TOTAL 6,839 2,558 9,397 100.0% 1,795 100.0%
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22

 LIBRARY COLLECTIONS

» University Community

1991 System College System
' Volumes Held 2,212,083 464,080

’ Current Periodical Titles 27,902 3,754
Microforms 4,802,822 290,248
Audio-Visual Materials 54,391 42,389
in addition to the above, the Library’s collections include over 200,000 maps;
over 3,000 Oral History program interviews; 271 current state, national, and
international newspapers; the University Archives; Audio—Visual Archives, the
Modern Political Papers; the Bert T. Combs Appalachian Collection, including
the Appalachian Regional Commission Archives; and the W Hugh Peal
Collection of 19th century English and related literature. The Library is a
regional depository for US. government publications and is also a depository
for United Nations, European Economic Community and Canadian publica—
tions, British Parliamentary Papers, and Kentucky government publications.
Numerous CD ROM and online databases are accessible in the main and
branch libraries.

. Library sites include the Margaret l. King Library, the Medical Center Library,
12 other University System branch libraries, and 15 community college
libraries. The NOTIS library system provides an online catalog for the holdings
of all University libraries.

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23

 LAND AND SPACEi"
Community University ~

College System System Other“ Total U"
Co
Acreage 1,042 681 21,578 23,301 Fie
Jet
Assignable Square Footage in Buildings‘” Mg
Classroom 225,370 190,223 — 415,593 '23";
Laboratory 321 ,732 874,830 24,660 1 ,221 ,222 0‘0
Office 304,920 1,233,172 24,118 1,562,210 A3

Study 188,307 276,522 —— 464,829

Special 35,414 502,232 460,792 998,438

General 209,889 593,495 110,765 914,149 In
Support 44,628 1,586,288 206,657 1,837,573 Le:
Health Care 276 403,558 3,060 406,894 An
Residential — 1,226,048 158,544 1,384,592 He
Unclassified 12,099 272,950 4,659 289,708 Ov
Total 1,342,635 7,159,318 993,255 9,495,208 He
So
So
‘Excludes leased space, " Co
"Includes research farms, Robinson Forest, substations, 4-H camps, and Adena Park. Ph
"‘Based on Fall 1991 Physical Facilities inventory. M6
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 NEW FACILITIES

. ‘ Anticipated
Under Construction Scope Funding Source Online Date
College of Medicine Office Building $10,000,000 Gifts Summer 1992
Field House 7,000,000 Gifts Summer 1992
Jefferson Southwest: Academic Building 3,000,000 State Spring 1993
Maysville: Student Center 4,000,000 State Spring 1993
Madisonville: Academic Learning Resource Center 3,100,000 State Spring 1993
Cooling Plant Repair and Replacement | 7,750,000 Other Agency Summer 1993
Civil Engineering Building 11,650,000 State Fall 1993
Advanced Science and Technology Commercialization Center, Phases l and II 9,000,000 Federal Fall 1993
In Planning and Design
Lexington: Academic/Technical Building 4,800,000 State Spring 1993
Animal Diagnostic Facility 3,815,000 State Spring 1993
Henderson: Academic/Technical Building 4,000,000 State Spring 1993
Owensboro: Campus Completion 4,500,000 State Spring 1993
Henderson: Auditorium/ Fine Arts Center 6,000,000 State Spring 1993
Southeast: Appalachian Center/Fine Arts Building 5,000,000 State Spring 1993

. Southeast: Bell County Vocational Technical Building 9,891,000 State Summer 1993
Cooling Plant Repair and Replacement ll 6,000,000 State Summer 1993
Pharmacy Incubation Facility 4,200,000 Other Agency Fall 1993
Medical Research Building 19,500,000 State/Other Agency Spring 1994

2. Somerset: Southern Kentucky Rural Economic Development/Fine Arts Center 9,800,000 Federal/State/Agency Spring 1994

25

 GENERAL EQUIPMENT INVENTORIES
[in thousands)
Inventory Net Change Inventory
Educational and General 6/30/90 1990-91 6/30/91
Educational Aids $ 37,778 $ 6,108 $ 43,886
Research 50,537 4,193 54,730
Physical Plant 1,305 170 1,475
Computing 59,890 14,508 74,398
Communications 8,969 348 9,317
Office 21,726 2,140 23,866
Vehicles 8,193 1,170 9,363
Miscellaneous 2,265 206 2,471
Subtotal 190,663 28,843 219,506
Hospital 35,739 8,203 43,942 V
Auxiliary Enterprises 5,558 361 5,919 '0'
TOTAL $231,960 $37,407 $269,367 G"
26

 Administrative Organization
Board of Trustees
President
Charles T Wethington, Jr.
8 _ IA , t H Vice President for Administration
ficcagemigllstfgirsm Donald B. Clapp Director of Athletics Legal Counsel
Juanita W Fleming C.M. Newton John C. DarSie, Jr.
Vice President . . Vice President . . . .
Vice PreSIdent Vice Presment Vice PreSIdent
for Research and . for Management . . . . . .
Graduate Studies for Information Systems and Budget for Administration for Universny Relations
Lee Magid Eugene R. Williams Edward A. Carter Donald B. Clapp Joseph T. Burch
' Chancellor Chancellor
Chancellor .
. for the Community for the
for the Lexmgton Campus College System Medical Center
‘2 Robert E' Hemenway Ben W Carr Peter R Bosomworth
27

 UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY _
BOARD OF TRUSTEES

—___________—_________—____.____—_ .

Kay Shropshire Bell, Alumni Member (12/96) Judith Rhoads, Faculty Member (6/92)

Raymond F. Betts, Faculty Member (6/92) James L. Rose, Lexington (5/92)

Carolyn S. Bratt, Faculty Member (6/93) C. Frank Shoop, Lexington (12/96)

William E. Burnett, Jr, Lexington (12/96) Marian Moore Sims, Alumni Member (12/96)

Scott A‘ Crosbie, Student Member (6/92) Robert F. Stephens, Lexington (12/93)

Jack D. Foster, Lexington (6/94) William B. Sturgill, Lexington (5/92)

Edythe Jones Hayes, Lexington (5/92) Daniel C. Ulmer, Jr., Louisville (6/94)

Asa L. Hord, Louisville (6/98) Billy B. Wilcoxson, Lexington (12/96)

Robert P. Meriwether, M.D., Paducah (12/93) Henry R. Wilhoit, Jr, Alumni Member (12/93)

Foster Ockerman, Lexington (12/92) Wallace G. Wilkinson, Lexington (6/97)

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 HISTORY
_ 1865Agriculturai and Mechanical College (A & M) 1941 Herman L. Donovan became President 196600|Iege of Allied Health Professions
established as part of Kentucky University 1947 College of Pharmacy moved to University of established
1869James K. Patterson became president of Kentucky 1967 College of Home Economics established
MM 1956 Medical Center authorized by General 1968 Albert D. Kirwan became President,
1878 A&M separated from Kentucky University Assembly, Frank G. Dickey became Jefferson Community College established,
1882A&M moved to current location in Lexington President Paducah Community College established,
1885Agricultural Experiment Station opened 1957 Ashiand Extension Center established Hazard Community College establlShed,
188900Ilege of Agriculture established 1959 Patterson School of Diplomacy established, MaY§Vllle Community College established,
190800||ege of Arts and Sciences established, Honors Program initiated Mad'39nv"'e Community College
College of Law established, A&M name 1960 Medical Center opened, College of established ' .
changed to “State University, Lexington, Medicine admitted first class, College of 1969 College 9f Socral Work established,
Kentucky" Nursing admitted first class, Henderson 01'5 A- Singletary became President .
1909A collection of books was moved into the Extension Center established, Southeast 1970 College of Library and information Selence
Carnegie Building and named University Extension Center established established _ . .
Library 1962 College of Dentistry admitted first class, 1976 College of Comm