Kennesaw State audit finds $70,000 missing

An audit conducted by Kennesaw State University found $70,000 went missing from college's "K-Cash" program, which allows students and staff to access terminals around campus so they can deposit money into accounts used to buy food and other items.

The audit found the college failed to monitor the program and officials said changes have been made to improve oversight. Campus police are investigating the theft, which occurred in 2010, and President Dan Papp ordered an audit of all auxiliary programs.

The audit is available online.