EWU budget shortfall hits all departments, services
Last updated 6/3/2020 at 9:59am
CHENEY – Eastern Washington University’s Board of Trustees got a glimpse into the financial future of the institution at its May 29 meeting — and it’s not exactly very bright.
Vice President for Business and Finance Mary Voves told the trustees via a virtual meeting that the university will be looking at revenue reductions in a number of areas, mostly because of impacts from the coronavirus pandemic. The first comes from declining enrollment – with operating fee revenue from this source estimated at $12 million.
The university is budgeting for a fiscal year 2021 headcount of 8,600...