Keene State College interim president details difficult spending-cut process

After a weeks-long review process that led to $7.5 million in cuts, Keene State College received a finalized budget Friday.

Departments began the fall semester a few weeks ago without final budgets, a situation several faculty members described as a first.

In an interview Friday afternoon with The Sentinel’s editorial board, Interim President Melinda Treadwell characterized the delay as a rip-the-Band-Aid-off approach preferable to multiple rounds of cost-cutting. | More…

 Keene Sentinel

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