Sunday, April 12, 2015

George Washington University plans budget cuts - Nick Anderson, Washington Post

George Washington University, the largest higher education institution in the nation’s capital, plans to cut spending in the coming year to help offset declining enrollment in graduate and professional programs. GWU President Steven Knapp announced last month plans for an across-the-the board cut of 5 percent in all administrative units. “Managers of those units will be making some hard decisions, which in some cases may involve the elimination of staff positions,” Knapp wrote in a message to the university community. “But we will not be cutting undergraduate student aid, abandoning our fixed tuition policy or backing away from our commitment to expand student health and career services.”

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