Budget cuts loom over CT community colleges in new budget plan


Budget cuts could be coming to the state’s community colleges if a new budget plan is approved by the State Board of Regents Finance Committee.

The Hartford Courant reports the panel is projecting a collective deficit of nearly $20 million for all twelve schools in the next fiscal year.

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The full board is expected to vote on the $1.3 billion proposed budget next week.


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