Pittsburgh Post-Gazette – West Virginia University’s far-reaching plan of academic cuts follows years of challenges at the flagship school.
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On Friday, the university’s board of governors axed 28 majors and 143 faculty positions as officials attempt to mitigate a $45 million deficit that could swell to $75 million by 2028.
Upon the cuts, WVU will completely eliminate its world languages majors, public administration majors, and the only math doctorate degree in the state.
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