Saturday, March 18, 2017

Layoffs at ISU not off the table - Shelbie Harris, Journal Net

As Idaho State University grapples with a $12 million shortfall, partly a result of a 35 percent decline in students from the Middle East, employee layoffs aren’t off the table. When asked if layoffs are possible, ISU spokesman Stuart Summers said the university “is exploring all factors that go into preparing a balanced budget.” “There are still a number of factors that need to be considered, including the State Board of Education meeting in April, where student tuition and fees will be determined,” Summers said. “ISU is tightening the belt, and we feel confident that we'll prepare a budget that maintains our high level of education for students."

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