Arts and sciences faculty targeted in BGSU cuts
BOWLING GREEN, Ohio
Bowling Green State University says it’s cutting 30 faculty positions
The school in northwestern Ohio has said it faces a deficit between $3 million and $10 million over the next several years.
Bowling Green says most of the faculty cuts will come from the college of arts and sciences. Eliminating those positions is expected to save $1.4 million per year.
The university is awaiting a report that is looking into additional cost-saving measures. That report is due to be released in mid-December.
Bowling Green President Mary Ellen Mazey has said that she doesn’t want to make up the budget deficit with tuition increases and instead will focus on spending cuts.