Highlands University officials say they are facing the same budgetary struggles as other state agencies. But they say they’ve been working on ways to deal with the situation.
Highlands University President Jim Fries said the school is expecting a 3.2 percent cut, which is the level that state officials have been warning.
Fries said the reduction of state money would begin in September. He read a memo from state officials that said if future budgetary forecasts improve, budgets could be adjusted upward. The memo also said budgets could be reduced.
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