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University of Montana reduces deficit by millions, faculty members say it isn't enough

March 14, 2017View for printing

Budget cuts and increases in tuition remain hot topics for the University of Montana faculty and students.

However, there is some good news. That once 23 million dollar budget deficit has been reduced to about $11 million.

University officials say where the budget cuts will be exactly is to be determined.

Faculty members did say they're thankful the cuts no longer total 23 million dollars, but cutting that number in half is still not enough.

By Ana Scott

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