All options are still on the table, the regents say.
university of alaska
Consolidation isn’t a done deal, either.
The University of Alaska has some room to breath with a smaller cut, but not that much room.
Forward funding vs. forward de-funding.
The University of Alaska has escaped the worst-case scenario, but there are still major cuts in its future.
The latest in a long-running effort to consolidate power.
Alaska is unique. It faces challenges that make comparisons to the Lower 48 more complicated than some would suggest.
The move sets its sights on reducing and eliminating administrative costs while limiting cuts to academics and research as much as possible.
They can keep on hoping, but it’s time to start planning, said Regent John Davies.
If it’s a fight for good ol’ fashioned highway funds, then the University of Alaska should be very, very afraid.