The University of Missouri has never fully recovered from the left wing campus protests of 2015. Enrollment has dropped, faculty members have been laid off, and now they’re facing a serious budget problem.
The College Fix reports:
Fallout: University of Missouri struggles with $50 million shortfall, reduced enrollment after racial protests
The University of Missouri recently announced major budget and staffing cuts, the latest move the university has made in response to financial and political crises following racial protests that rocked the public system’s flagship campus in fall 2015.
The school has suffered from a negative public image and reduced funding in the wake of the protests. State funding cuts and continuing depressed enrollment resulted in a $49 million budget shortfall. To cope, the administration laid off 30 employees and permanently eliminated 155 vacant positions.
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