Monday, April 10, 2017

Atlantic Cape cuts 24 jobs, raises tuition due to falling enrollment - DIANE D’AMICO, Press of Atlantic City

Faced with decreasing enrollment, Atlantic Cape Community College will cut 24 full-time positions and raise tuition to balance the 2017-18 budget. The college’s new president, Barbara Gaba, said maintaining programs is a priority and no programs or faculty are being cut. The layoffs are in support and supervisory positions spread across all departments. But, she said, she will begin looking at all programs to determine the course for the future. “I intentionally stayed away from cuts in instruction,” Gaba said. “But we are going to be forced to take a closer look at how we do business in the future.”

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