Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Hopkins outlines $19M budget deficit at Wright State - Tristan Navera, Dayton Business

Wright State University president David Hopkins said the school's projected $19 million shortfall next year will make it examine all of its priorities. The school faces a $19 million re-balancing — 6 percent of its budget — Hopkins confirmed in an interview with the Dayton Business Journal. As a result, "we've put everything on the table," he said. Wright State is a big economic anchor in the region. It employs 6,000 and has 18,000 students and 110,000 living alumni, and had a budget of more than $311 million this year.

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