Saturday, November 28, 2015

Cuts, tuition increasing as Richland deal with budget concerns - CHRIS LUSVARDI, Herald and Review

Richland Community College is projecting being out of working cash by June if the state budget impasse continues that long. As it deals with the grim projections, its board of trustees approved a tuition increase Tuesday during a meeting held Meridian High School and cuts to programs are being considered at the end of the year. College officials remained confident it can survive the difficulties. “Our college is very resilient,” Board Chairman Bruce Campbell said. “We have to make hard choices to remain on solid footing and continue to serve the student population as we would like in the months and years ahead.”

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