Wednesday, January 28, 2015

College president warns budget problems may force cuts - Associated Press

The president of the community college serving the Albuquerque area says fiscal belt-tightening might have to include cuts of low-enrollment classes. Central New Mexico Community College President Kathie Winograd told employees and staff that she believes proposed increases in state funding are optimistic and that higher education could actually face funding cuts. According to the Albuquerque Journal, Winograd's emailed message asks employees to turn off lights at night and to urge people to take classes at the college because its state funding is based partly on enrollment.

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