Evergreen Cuts Budget By $6M Due to Enrollment Plunge, Plans For LayoffsChris Menahan
May. 20, 2018
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Evergreen State College of "no-whites-allowed" fame is slashing its budget, hiking student fees and planning for layoffs due to plunging enrollment numbers.
From The Olympian:
The Evergreen State College will look to cut more than 10 percent from its operating budget for 2018-19 and raise student fees because of declining enrollment.They're dramatically jacking up fees (which will no doubt lead to further enrollment declines):
▪ The new student fee, which students pay once when they start at Evergreen, would go up $100 to $275 for those starting in the fall and to $145 for those starting in the winter or spring.An internal report found the downward trend will likely continue:
The report, commissioned by the college, highlighted the potential effect on enrollment, which fell 5 percent from fall 2016 to fall 2017.They'd better help provide their students with plenty of "emotional support animals" as the future is going to be rough.
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