By Andrew Theen
April 5, 2017
Portland State University trustees will consider raising tuition by nearly 9 percent this fall for in-state undergraduate students, a preview of a painful year that probably will include significant staff cuts at the downtown campus.
Administrators outlined the economic realities Wednesday during a finance committee meeting. They said they needed $11 million in new tuition revenue to help plug a projected $20 million dollar shortfall, and would find the remaining $9 million through cuts from yet-to-be-determined sources. Some university staffers said the administration will look at "targeted personnel reductions" to make the budget a reality.
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