Monday, September 26, 2016

Formally inaugurated, St. John’s president now faces budget shortfall - Uriel J. Garcia, the New Mexican

The inauguration of Roosevelt, who stepped into the position in January following the retirement of former President Michael Peters, comes as the private, liberal arts school — known for its Great Books Program — has been struggling financially. The college, which also has a campus in Annapolis, Md., is facing a $7.5 million operating budget shortfall. The problem is one that Roosevelt, chosen in June by the school’s Board of Visitors & Governors as the collegewide president, as well as the leader of the Santa Fe campus, will have to address.

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