A top Highlands University official expects the school will weather the state-wide budget crunch because its finances are on solid ground.
“When we’re in positions like this, we’re not in a state of panic. Because our finances are in such good order we’re able to enjoy modest growth as we see reductions elsewhere, and we’re able to do so without going into a panic or tailspin,” said Jesus Lopez, who chairs the university’s finance committee.
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