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Budget Cuts to Universities Part II
But school leaders are still bracing to make budget cuts this year. School leaders are waiting to see how bad they may be.
Colleges have already been cut and are bracing to be cut again. College leaders say that will finally take a toll on the classroom. President Bernie Machen says that he won't be able to tell the potential damage to UF until he knows how much will be cut and how far tuition can go up.
"We are asking the colleges and the administrative units to propose cuts in all areas and we will make choices from that list when the time comes," says University of Florida's President Bernie Machen.
And while those cuts could equal one tenth of each school's budget, the colleges of Nursing and Education could lose their undergrad programs. For the complete story please see video:
- UF Budget Cuts Spark Search for Alternative Solutions
- Budget Cuts to Schools Part I
- UF Cuts Trees For New Building, Promises To Replace Them
- UF Budget Cuts Go Into Effect Tomorrow
- Florida's State-Wide Budget Cuts Hit Home for UF Professors
- U.F. Board of Trustees Approve Budget Cuts
- U.F. Faculty Senate Fights Back Against Budget Cuts
- Alachua County School Budget Cut Outrage
- Parents Organize Against School Budget Cuts
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