Saturday, May 16, 2020

Colorado State University bracing for huge budget cuts, President Joyce McConnell says - Kelly Lyell, Fort Collins Coloradoan

Bracing for revenue losses “beyond anything we have ever experienced” because of the coronavirus, Colorado State University President Joyce McConnell outlined a number of cost-cutting measures that are under consideration, including pay cuts, furloughs and a hiring freeze. No decisions have been reached yet, McConnell said in video message and written outline of the university’s COVID-19 recovery plan that was released Wednesday night. And CSU doesn’t yet know whether or not it will be able to resume in-person instruction on campus this fall and if so, how many students and staff will feel comfortable returning.

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