By Kristopher Califano
Arizona Daily Wildcat
September 16, 2002
Bursar to charge $250 late fee for unpaid bill tomorrow
Students who don't pay tuition today can tack on an extra $250 to their bill tomorrow.
The university will enact the mandatory late charge tomorrow for all students who have not paid their tuition bill.
The late charge cannot be waived on the basis of lack of funds, non-receipt of bills and other personal reasons.
Students will be charged regardless of whether or not they have been billed for additional registration.
UA, ASU business schools make top 25 in U.S. News' rankings
Both UA and Arizona State University's business programs were nationally ranked in the top-25 "Best Business Programs" according to U.S. News and World Report's college and university 2003 ranking guide.
The Eller College of Business and Public Administration scored as the 22nd-best business program.
The UA tied with the University of Notre Dame and the University of Florida. ASU scored just behind UA at 25.
The Eller College jumped up 12 rankings from its score of 34 for the 2001 to 2002 school year.
It is one of three business schools to have consistently placed in the top-five rankings for management information systems since the 1980s.
ASU and UA's business programs serve a combined 11,000 students.
Library to display Afghanistan photos by journalist almunus
The UA Library Special Collection will host an exhibit featuring a journalism graduate's photos of the war-torn Afghanistan.
The work of Josh Trujillo, a 2002 graduate, will be displayed Wednesday and Thursday in the courtyard of the Integrated Learning Center before being added to the special collection section of the Main Library.
Soon after graduating, Trujillo was assigned by the Seattle Post-Intelligencer to cover the war in Afghanistan. The newspaper featured a series of his photos on their web page for several months.
Trujillo plans to speak with current journalism and high school students throughout the week.