Sunday, March 19, 2017

Filling the gaps with student tuition - The (Albany) Democrat-Herald

Just last week, the University of Oregon’s board of trustees authorized a plan to increase in-state undergraduate tuition by 10.6 percent. It’s the largest tuition increase at that university since 2010. Portland State University officials are considering a similar increase. Oregon State University officials are mulling a 4 to 8 percent tuition increase, in addition to possible cutbacks in programs: President Ed Ray has said the university could be looking at a $20 million annual shortfall. OSU officials are mulling curtailing salary increases, going slow on new hires and leaving some open positions vacant. The University of Oregon is considering program cutbacks, with reports surfacing that it will cut $9 million from its budget. http://www.nrtoday.com/opinion/editorials/as_others_see_it/filling-the-gaps-with-student-tuition/article_cbc4e90b-7c30-56ad-9a12-e2ae27927a29.html

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