Saturday, March 25, 2017

Addressing the Deficit at Central Michigan; Layoffs Planned - Evan Sasiela, Central Michigan Life

Central Michigan University administrators announced this week the 2017-18 fiscal year is likely to produce a $6 million budget deficit. That is in addition to the $14 million deficit the university is grappling with this fiscal year. This is according to a press release issued Tuesday. That means cuts to programs, project delays and employee layoffs. President George Ross, his cabinet and the university's financial team are reviewing plans submitted by senior leaders — a group that includes department directors and deans — across campus to address next year's budget woes.

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