Monday, December 1, 2014

Regents, university officials fear budget cuts ahead - Peter Hancock, LJ World

University officials in Kansas and members of the Board of Regents are growing concerned that higher education may be on the chopping block next year as lawmakers try to deal with a projected $715 million revenue shortfall. Although Gov. Sam Brownback won't announce his budget proposal until the start of the 2015 session in January, university presidents told the Kansas Board of Regents Wednesday that they don't even want to begin discussing tuition rates for next year until they get a better idea of what they can expect in the form of state support.

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