Saturday, May 2, 2015

Guilford College to cut 52 positions - John Newsom, news-record

Guilford College plans to cut 52 positions to close a $2 million budget deficit. The private liberal arts school will eliminate 40 staff positions and 12 faculty jobs before the start of the fall semester, mostly through retirements and resignations. The college’s president, Jane Fernandes, said Wednesday that most of the affected positions are not currently filled. Fewer than 20 Guilford employees will be laid off. Fernandes said no academic programs or departments will be cut, and no tenured or tenure-track faculty members will lose their jobs.

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