Thursday, July 14, 2016

MCC expects to lose faculty through attrition as it heads into budget talks - PHILLIP ERICKSEN, Waco Tribune

McLennan Community College officials expect to leave several faculty vacancies unfilled next year as they start budget discussions for fiscal year 2017. “We’re not firing anybody, but as we’ve had some positions come open, we look at those very closely because that’s where the greatest expense is,” MCC President Johnette McKown said. “Right now, we think we have 13 positions that we won’t fill. That will be part of how we balance the whole budget.” Officials are projecting $51.8 million in revenue and $54 million in expenditures next year, McKown said. http://www.wacotrib.com/news/higher_education/mcc-expects-to-lose-faculty-through-attrition-as-it-heads/article_c45b2423-f9f6-5d55-8db3-d3d4fd8ddfbf.html

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