CHICAGO — The University of Cincinnati tomorrow will enter the market with $30 million of general receipts bond anticipation notes in one of the final debt sales of the school’s 17-year capital improvement campaign.

The notes are secured by a lien on the university’s general receipts, which totaled roughly $445 million during fiscal 2007. The general receipts include auxiliary fees, student fees and tuition, department sales revenue, and athletic and bookstore receipts. The university expects $458 million in general receipts revenue in fiscal 2008.

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