Sunday, October 11, 2015

IUS seeks ways to make up for $1.2M shortfall - Kirsten Clark, Courier-Journal

With Indiana University Southeast entering its fifth consecutive year of declining enrollment, faculty and staff are exploring ways to raise revenue and cut costs in the face of a projected $1.2 million revenue shortfall. Although IUS Chancellor Ray Wallace called the campus' fiscal condition "challenging" in his State of the Campus Address last month, he also said "it's certainly not time to panic." “I’ve tried to tell everyone that our central mission of teaching and learning can’t be affected," Wallace said in an interview Thursday. "But anything that’s further afield from that — anything that’s further from our central core — we have to look at.”

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