The University of Alaska approved a plan to consolidate its three campuses underneath a single university after the state legislature did not override proposed budget cuts from the governor’s office.
Topic: budget cuts
The University of Alaska system is at a crucial crossroads, thanks to proposed budget cuts by the Republican governor.
Apparently, faculty members at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point may not comprehend that budget cuts are inevitable at some universities. Faculty members announced they are seeking the ouster of the university’s chancellor and provost because…
Misses’ student body president claimed the Founding Fathers would’ve been proud of their controversial protests, which paralyzed the campus and may have led to decreased student enrollment.
Mizzou has cut administrative positions due to budget cuts, but it will not comment on where a college administrator is working after her name disappeared from the college website.
The University of Oregon is cutting 21 non-tenure track positions and 10 staff member positions in foreign language and humanities to balance their budget.
Aquinas College, run by the Dominican sisters of the Roman Catholic Church, will be scaling back its faculty and programs in order to focus on its bread-and-butter programs, such as nursing. The small Catholic college saw that by expanding its programs, faculty and residence halls, it was running a budget deficit.
From The Hechinger Report: Even if some system offices are finally taking over functions once left to the campuses, any widespread savings — as measured by collective reductions in positions and spending — have yet…
Western Illinois University is going to cut at least four disciplines due to state budget cuts, but some faculty worry that it won’t create well-rounded students.
Wow, but what’s interesting is that one candidate said he’d restore funding if the university severed ties to Planned Parenthood: At a gubernatorial debate Thursday night, all but one of the Republican candidates endorsed cuts…