Wright State University’s board of trustees approved a budget on Friday that projects around a $10-million decline in revenue but still aims to add around $3 million to the school’s reserve fund.
To do that, more budget cuts will be enacted at WSU, including the possibility of layoffs. Up to 40 people could be laid off in the coming year, president Cheryl Schrader told the Wright State board of trustees on Friday. That number could change though depending on attrition.
Here is a listing of the budget trustees approved for each department from most funding to least.
Boonshoft School of Medicine: $32.8 million
College of Science and Mathematics: $22.5 million
Facilities Management Services: $22.4 million
Collegeof Liberal Arts: $21.8 million
College of Engineering and Computer Science: $17.3 million
Raj Soin College of Business: $12.7 million
Chief Information Officer: $12 million
Student Affairs: $11.7 million
Intercollegiate Athletics: $11.2 million
Business and Finance: $11.18 million
Lake Campus: $11 million
College of Education and Human Services: $8.8 million
Provost Office: $7.7 million
Research and Graduate Studies: $6.8 million
University libraries: $6.2 million
President’s Office: $5.3 million
College of Nursing and Health: $5 million
University college: $4.9 million
Enrollment management: $4 million
School of Professional Psychology: $3.4 million
University advancement: $2.5 million
Wright State Police: $2.1 million
Human Resources: $1.7 million
Chief Diversity Officer: $496,997
Internal Audit: $285,008
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