The WSU board approved the school's 2019 budget today.

Wright State trustees approve 2019 budget: A breakdown of funding by department

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.

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Here is a listing of the budget trustees approved for each department from most funding to least.

In this file photo, Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine held its annual graduation ceremony at the Schuster Performing Arts Center in 2016. Boonshoft’s budget will be reduced by $3 million next year. CONTRIBUTED UPDATED CUTLINE on May 19, 2017 Boonshoft School of Medicine: $3 million ORIGINAL CUTLINE One hundred medical students in the Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine class of 2016 received their M.D. degrees during the school s commencement ceremony at the Schuster Center on Friday, May 27. CONTRIBUTED
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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

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Chief Information Officer: $12 million

Student Affairs: $11.7 million

Wright State’s guard Grant Benzinger celebrate’s during their 74-57 win against Cleveland State during the second half of an NCAA basketball game in the Horizon League tournament championship in Detroit, Tuesday, March 6, 2018. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya)
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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

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Research and Graduate Studies: $6.8 million

University libraries: $6.2 million

Wright State University president Cheryl Schrader begins presenting the fiscal year 2019 budget proposal to trustees on Friday. The budget projects a $10-million dip in revenue that could force WSU to lay off up to 40 employees.
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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

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University advancement: $2.5 million

Wright State Police.
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Wright State Police: $2.1 million

Human Resources: $1.7 million

Chief Diversity Officer: $496,997

Internal Audit: $285,008


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