Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Wright State University trustees cut $30M from budget, plan layoffs - Associated Press

Wright State University trustees have voted to cut $31 million from the university's fiscal 2018 budget and will lay off more than 50 employees to deal with a projected deficit. The Dayton Daily News reports ( ) trustees voted Thursday on the university's $284 million budget. The layoffs are included in a plan to save around $14 million by eliminating 189 positions. Layoff notices are expected to be sent next week. The university's interim president and a vice president for business and finance say the budget cuts should have been deeper. President Curtis McCray says additional cuts will be needed during the 2018 fiscal year.

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