Thursday, February 4, 2016

Layoffs coming at UMSL as budget hole grows - Koran Addo, St. Louis Today

The University of Missouri-St. Louis will lay off employees this year as the school tries to plug a $15 million hole in its budget. UMSL Chancellor Thomas George said it’s yet to be decided how many employees will be affected. “I don’t know how or how many, but we will be doing layoffs,” he said. “We will also have some retirements and closing of open positions.” UMSL’s budget woes first came into picture in November when George announced the school was coping with an unexpected enrollment decline — administrators expected a 2 percent increase but got a 4 percent decrease, instead.

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