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Ease your tensions... summer school and admissions [probably] safe from budget cuts.

johnnytremainjohnnytremain Registered User Posts: 215 Junior Member
edited January 2008 in University of Florida
The Independent Florida Alligator: News - Summer classes safe from budget cuts

""The reality is, we can't do without summer school for lots of reasons, one of which is just the economics of it," he said during the meeting Thursday. "The amount of money that we would lose far exceeds the $16 million that we would have to cut out of our budget.""

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"Machen said he also considered reducing the number of freshmen accepted in the fall to save money. But he said that, too, is off the table."
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