Amyot addresses budget issues

By: Taylor Fulkerson After a wave of position cuts at the end of the summer, there have been murmurings of another wave of budget and possibly position cuts this semester. University administration, however, contends that amidst financial burdens, the university is maintaining its fiscal health and stability. “Going forward, we will continue to be guided by our values, mission, vision and plans,” Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Beth Amyot said via email. “The plans show a path for improvement. In the meantime, if we encounter budgetary shortfalls, we will continue to make reasoned decisions and disciplined adjustments for … Continue reading Amyot addresses budget issues