Officials at the University of Central Arkansas say the school plans to stop subsidizing coaches' salaries with money from its tutoring center and admissions office starting with the next academic year.
The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette reports Sunday that Athletic Director Brad Teague says a plan to get the subsidies down to zero is "definite."
A memo provided to a committee reviewing athletic spending says the tutoring center and other nonathletic areas on campus have helped pay athletic salaries for years.
That memo also shows the amount of the tutoring center's money going to athletic salaries is more than had been previously revealed.
The memo says the tutoring center's budget for salaries is about $217,000. About $98,000 of that money is for coaches.