(1) Most have their own board of governors and a bursar who is responsible for the school's finances.(2) The deputy bursar pointed out that the service was not just for women, as attacks on men were more frequent than most people thought, although attacks in general were not a regular occurrence.(3) The college bursar , Graham has a note on file on the day in question, based on information from Carol, gardener at the school.(4) The Bank awards Ôö¼├║1,000 for each year of a bursar 's degree programme.(5) Earlier, colleagues at the university paid tribute to Mr Nicholson who worked as a bursar for three colleges over 24 years.(6) Oxford dons such as David Palfreyman, bursar of New College, see it as the best solution to the funding crisis afflicting Britain's universities.(7) Under such status, the school recruits its own staff, administers its own finances, employs its own bursar , and makes decisions through the governing body on many major matters.(8) Over the years he had held several appointments in the College, bursar since 1986, registrar since 1989 and vice president since.(9) Traditionally, student loan checks are mailed to the university, and the student goes to the financial aid or bursar 's office to endorse the check.(10) Every person working in a school has their part to play in raising standards, whether they are a classroom assistant or a teacher, a bursar or a dinner lady.(11) Under this practice, the college bursar was compelled to hand out as much money as students might request at the beginning of the semester.(12) He went to the school on a scholarship in 1902 and when he left in 1905 his first job was as an assistant to the bursar .(13) This coincided with the dismissal of the Vice-Chancellor, his deputy, and the bursar , who had misappropriated University funds.(14) Soon she has landed a job as assistant bursar , displaying a winning way with investments, and manages to get Jake enrolled in the college by exaggerating his rowing prowess.(15) In support of this contention, he quoted a memorandum dated 10 November, from the then bursar of the college which specified that a 50% council tax discount might be granted on houses owned elsewhere by members of the staff.(16) There will also be money for extra teaching assistants, administrative staff, bursars and training for teachers, heads and support staff.