Sunday, June 4, 2017

UMSL to trim another 2.5% from its budget - RYAN DELANEY, St. Louis Public Radio

The University of Missouri-St. Louis will reduce its spending by another 2.5 percent, campus leaders announced Friday, meeting a deadline that is part of a budget cutting process across the University of Missouri System. UMSL’s latest budget cuts are not as deep as other campuses in the UM System, largely because it has been contracting its spending and employment for several years. “This has not been an exercise to reduce our budget,” Chancellor Tom George wrote in a letter to the college. “Instead, this is concerted effort to move resources to sustain and grow areas of excellence in high demand by students, businesses and the community we serve.”

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