Officials are still finalizing that proposal which is part of the fiscal year 2018 budget. The board of trustees could vote on the proposal on June 8 and layoff notices are expected to be distributed beginning the week of June 12.
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McCray also tried to quell fears on Friday about how budget changes would affect certain academic offerings. The school announced it would only eliminate Russian, Italian and Japanese language courses last week.
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“I also know students are concerned about their academic programs and whether the budget will interfere with plans to graduate on schedule,” McCray wrote. “Although the university will stop offering three languages, we currently have no plans to eliminate majors or degree programs.”
The WSU board is accepting comments and concerns on the budget proposal from the university community until June 5. Comments can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.