Sunday, December 4, 2016

U. of Montana still needs to reduce spending on staffing - Associated Press

The University of Montana needs to further reduce its faculty and staff to match its lower enrollment numbers or the state may have to make those decisions, officials said. "UM currently has too many faculty and staff," said Kevin McCrae, a deputy in the state office of the Commissioner of Higher Education. "Last year, UM had more faculty and staff than they did at their peak enrollment." Enrollment on the main campus has fallen by 22 percent since 2010.

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