Wright State this week is giving notice to 57 employees who will be laid off as part of millions of dollars in budget cuts.

Wright State layoffs start today

Wright State University will begin laying off employees this week as part of more than $30.8 million in budget cuts.

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Around 57 employees are expected to be laid off, down from 71 layoffs the university proposed back in may. Overall, 189 positions were eliminated at the university.

No faculty are expected to be cut, according to a budget proposal approved by trustees last week.

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If you were laid off, the Dayton Daily News would like to hear from you.

Contact our higher education reporter Max Filby via email.

In the email, please include your name, your thoughts on the ongoing budget issues at Wright State, the position you had there, phone number and email address.

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