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Financial Information (Rates)

 

Institutional Information

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Authorized Official/Representative Dr. Ramesh Kolluru
Vice President for Research
104 University Circle, Suite 338
Lafayette, LA 70503
Office: 337-482-5811
research@louisiana.edu
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Vice President for Administration and Finance
P.O. Box 40400
Lafayette, LA 70504-0400
Phone: 337-482-6235
Fax: 337-482-6534
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DUNS Number 79-945-1273
CAGE Code 9B975
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IRB Registration IRB00001474
Carnegie Classification Doctoral Universities: Higher Research Activity
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U.S. Senate District #23
U.S. Congressional District #3
Louisiana Senate District #26
Louisiana House District #44, #45
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Financial Information

   Financial statement & annual audit report

Fringe Benefits Rates

(Effective Fall 2016)

   Current Fringe Benefit Documentation

The current rate is applied to any full time UL Lafayette employees and Post Docs. All proposals must also include a 2% increase on the fringe rate for multi-year projects. A breakdown of these projected rates can be found in the table below and are included in the budget templates that are available to you as a proposal resource.

Academic Year   Fringe Rate  
AY 2017-2018:   44.85% Current
AY 2018-2019:   46.85% Projected
AY 2019-2020:   48.85% Projected
AY 2020-2021:   50.85% Projected
AY 2021-2022:   52.85% Projected
AY 2022-2023:   54.85% Projected
1. Faculty Professional Employees, Post-Docs
See above table.
2. Professional Employees
3. Post Docs
4. Graduate Students 7.65% must be included for student wages budgeted for the summer semester when the student is not enrolled.
5. Undergraduate Students

Indirect Cost (F&A) Rates

(Effective Summer 2016)

 
  On-Campus Off-Campus
Organized Research 45% 26%
Instruction 45% 26%
Other Sponsored Activities 40% 26%
New Iberia Research Center 48% -

Tuition Rates

(Effective Fall 2016)

For graduate assistantships to be funded by an externally funded project, the following tuition amounts should be budgeted:

Academic Year Semesters (Fall & Spring)   Summer Semester
AY 2017-2018: $4,141   2018: $4,077
AY 2018-2019: $4,555   2019: $4,485
AY 2019-2020: $5,011   2020: $4,934
AY 2020-2021: $5,512   2021: $5,428
AY 2021-2022: $6,064   2022: $5,971
AY 2022-2023 $6,670   2023: $6,568

The above rates are based on current basic fees with an anticipated 10% increase per year. While some fees other that basic fees are waived, the student will be responsible for fees that might include the student technology fee, graduate student organization fee, insurance fees and other student assessed fees. Note that these rates are different than those published by the bursars office for self-paying students.

Students looking for actual tuition information should visit the Bursar's website here.

Graduate Student Stipend Rates

Student Level   Minimum Stipend Amount
Master's Student  

$9,500 for a 9 month academic year  to be paid in 10 check payments

On sponsored projects, this is budgeted as $1,056 per month for 9 months.

Doctoral Student  

$15,000 for a 9 month academic year to be paid in 10 check payments

On sponsored projects, this is budgeted as $1,667 per month for 9 months.

Additional Information from the Graduate School