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November 29, 2004

ULM Receives Unqualified Audit

ULM has received an unqualified audit for year ended 2003 according to state Legislative Auditor Steve J. Theriot. The report, which was made public on November 30, found no matters that required disclosure.

"We received an unqualified opinion last year and no findings this year, which is a strong indicator that our transformation of the university is real and is working," Said ULM president James E. Cofer. "I appreciate the effort of all our administrative offices and departments for their diligent work. As a team, we are making great strides."

"This effort was led by Nick Bruno, Vice President for Business Affairs, Diane Singletary, Controller, and Alisia Hale, Associate Controller," Cofer continued. "The report reflects the good management practices we have put in place across the entire campus."

"The results from the Legislative Auditor's review is very satisfying," Bruno said. "It is an indication that the efforts made by the administrative team to improve our processes and policies are having a positive impact on this University. It has truly been a team effort and I am grateful for the hard work of the many employees and administrators who have contributed to this latest achievement."

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