By Chris May
December 3, 2018
Oregon’s seven public universities are facing potential hiring freezes, double-digit tuition increases and cuts to services after the office of Oregon Gov. Kate Brown delivered a budget proposal Nov. 28.
The proposal includes lower-than-anticipated funding for higher education. Collectively, Oregon universities asked the state for $120 million in additional funds to maintain current service levels until 2021. The amount of additional funding proposed by the governor’s office? Zero.
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