A State of Florida Auditor General report indicated ‘significant deficiencies’ in some financial reporting at UNF. The report, which was released in March, specifically questions a credit line the University extended to the Museum of Contemporary Art in Jacksonville. The report states a line of credit, which was worth up […]
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Visitors to UNF must now park in Lot 14, 18 or 53, as Parking and Transportation Services no longer sells daily premium passes to visitors, unless they are carpooling.
Vince Smyth, director of auxiliary services, said the change is due mostly to space restrictions.
Student Government and UNF administration will both pay for numerous expenses.
Outdated Osprey Café will be torn down this semester to make room for a new state of the art facility.
Parking services have a new cutoff time for parking tickets starting in the 2011 spring semester.
UNF Parking Services sends unpaid citations to the collection agency.
Students wanting a few more minutes to study in the Library won’t have to worry about missing the shuttle anymore. UNF recently purchased a shuttle tracking system which allows students to track the location of the Osprey Connector online and through iPhone application. By logging on to unf.transloc.com, students, faculty […]
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The Department of Facilities Planning has advised the UNF Board of Trustees to abolish Lot 7, eliminate some premium parking in Lot 9 to make room for more designated parking and to eliminate some designated parking in Lot 2 to make room for additional visitor and vendor parking, said Vince Smyth, director of Auxiliary Services.
A University of North Texas senior received a shock when he discovered $1,919 missing from his bank account. Apparently the funds had been used in Baltimore — a city Phil Banker had never been to. The fraud was probably made possible through his unsafe online purchase of a textbook. It-was-just-toocheap-to-be-true […]
The Spinnaker compiled a list of cities that could possibly house an NFL expansion team and some ideas for the new teams’ mascots.