UK Hires Efficiency Consultant

by Rick Howlett on December 13, 2011

From Josh James, Kentucky Public Radio

A consultanting company from Chicago has begun studying issues of efficiency at the University of Kentucky.

UK president Eli Capilouto says Huron Consulting is working with a committee to update the university’s goals and strategic plan.

Capilouto says the consultants, who will be paid about $1.2 million out of university reserves, will address UK’s administrative structure, debt load, process for reviewing tenured faculty, and how the university can pay for proposed campus improvements.

“We need an in-depth analysis of our ability to finance the revitalization and expansion of the infrastructure of the main campus,” said in a video sent to students, faculty and staff.

Huron Consulting could continue its work through June of next year.

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