Tuesday, November 26, 2019
University of West Ga. may cut faculty to fill $3 million revenue gap - Eric Stirgus, AJC
The University of West Georgia may not retain some faculty members as part of a plan to fill a $3 million tuition revenue gap, officials said Thursday. Officials are blaming the gap on an enrollment decline of about 500 undergraduate students this fall. Last fall, the university had about 13,700 students, the seventh-largest enrollment of Georgia’s public universities.