At Community College, President’s Pay, Perks and P-Card Charges Have Faculty Up In Arms

At a Michigan community college which employs hundreds of adjuncts in order to keep down costs, a new budgeting strategy which the president says aligns spending with the college’s strategic priorities has faculty up in arms. The college’s latest budget ups funding for instruction and instructional support by 1.4 percent while funding for student aid is down significantly.  by P.D. Lesko LIKE COLLEGE leaders across the U.S., Washtenaw Community College President Dr. Rose Bellanca faces significant financial challenges in her job. At WCC, enrollment is down from historic highs, personnel expenses are up and Dr. Bellanca is overhauling her budget so […]
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