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The University at a Glance

Applicant Name: University of Louisiana at Monroe
Applicant Address: 700 University Avenue, Monroe, LA 71209-9000
Organization Type: Four-year; public; state controlled institution of higher education; non-profit designation; founded in 1931.
Employer/Taxpayer ID: 72-6001695
DUNS Number: 782279541
Authorizing Official/University Representative: Dr. Leonard Clark, Director of Graduate School and OSPR
Office Information: Office of Sponsored Programs and Research; Hanna Hall 207; 700 University Avenue; University of Louisiana at Monroe; Monroe, LA 71209-9000
Telephone: (318) 342-1039; Fax: (318) 342-1479; E-mail: ospr@ulm.edu; Website: http://www.ulm.edu/research
Congressional District: LA-005
State Senate District: LA-034
Federal Wide Assurance Approval (FWA) 00002705 (Effective until 12/06/2016)
IRB Registration: 00002480 (Effective until 11/23/2014)
OLAW Assurance: A3641-01 (Effective until 9/30/2015)
FICECode(Federal Interagency Committee on Education) 2020
CAGE Code: 1V9N8
North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) 611310
NSF Organization Code: 0020206000
Controller's Office/Financial Post Award: Ann C. Cox, Assistant Controller for Restricted Accounts; Coenen Hall 127;
Telephone: (318) 342-1959; Fax: (318) 342-3814; E-mail: colvin@ulm.edu
Chief Financial Officer/Fiscal Agent: Dr. William T. Graves, Chief Business Officer; Library Suite 623
Telephone: (318) 342-1961; Fax: (318) 342-1966 email: graves@ulm.edu

 

Facilities & Administrative Costs (F&A)
or IDC Quick Reference
Cognizant Agency U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Representative and Phone Number Denise Shirlee, (214) 767-3261
Date of Agreement 5/30/2013
Rate 41% of Modified Total Direct Costs (MTDC)
Type Predetermined (Effective 7/1/2013-6/30/2017)
MTDC Base includes: Salaries & Wages
Fringe benefits
Materials
Supplies
Services
Travel
**NEW** - Equipment (up to $5,000 acquisition cost per unit)
Subgrants/subcontracts up to first $25,000 of each subgrant/ subcontract regardless of the period covered by subcontract.
MTDC Base Excludes: Equipment (acquisition cost over $5,000 per unit)
Capital Expenditures
Charges for patient care
Tuition remission
Rental costs of off-site facilities
Scholarships and fellowships
The portion of each subgrant/subcontract in excess of $25,000
ULM's current federally negotiated F&A rate agreement can be downloaded here.
 
Fringe Benefits Quick Reference
(Revised July 1, 2014)

For FY15 (July 1, 2014 - June 30, 2015), the following benefits rates apply to all proposals:

Unclassified 38%
Classified 39%
Summer School, Wintersession, PT/OL 30%
Overtime 24%

 


National Center for Education Statistics on ULM (web link) or pdf of 2012 data
Provides information on revenues, expenses, number of faculty/staff by occupation category, student financial aid and scholarship assistance, ACT/SAT scores from admissions, enrolled student gender, demographic and degree type information.

Regional Data (Economic) Fact Book (web link)
Provides information on Business and Economic Climate of Monroe and Northeast Louisiana such as population and demographic data, labor force statistics, business climate, and quality of life information.

 

University Fact Book (web link)
Provides University related information such as enrollment and student data.

 

 


ULM's Origination and History Through Legislation

On September 28, 1931, the university opened for its first session as Ouachita Parish Junior College, which was operated as part of the Ouachita Parish School System. The inception of OPJC began in 1922. The challenge that Timothy Oscar Brown, Superintendent of Ouachita Parish Schools faced was lack of legislation that would effectively provide for the establishment and maintenance of a junior college. This problem was solved in May 1928, when the Louisiana State Legislature passed the Act 173 (LSA-R.S. 17:1380), which gave authority to parish school boards to create junior college districts and hold and conduct special elections to levy special taxes that would pay for costs associated with establishing a junior college. On November 29, 1928, Ouachita Parish School Board organized a Junior College District and called for special elections. On January 4, 1931, the School Board and the Police Jury held a joint session in which they purchased the site for the future college.

In 1934, Act 231 transferred control of Ouachita Parish Junior College to Louisiana State University A&M and established a "branch or center of learning" of the LSU. The Ouachita Parish Junior College became Northeast Center of Louisiana State University (Northeast Junior College of Louisiana State University).

In1950, Acts 527-528 change the name of Northeast Junior College of Louisiana State University to Northeast Louisiana State College, and transfer the administration and control of the college from LSU A&M to Louisiana State Board of Education.

In 1970, Act 142 authorizes a name change from Northeast Louisiana State College to Northeast Louisiana University. In 1995, LSA-R.S. 17:3217 creates the University of Louisiana System, immediate governing body of the Northeast Louisiana University.

On August 27, 1999, Board of Supervisors for the University of Louisiana System approved the last name change from Northeast Louisiana University to the University of Louisiana at Monroe.


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