MILWAUKEE (AP) -- University of Wisconsin-Whitewater officials are considering layoffs as the school grapples with declining enrollment.
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports that Chancellor Dwight Watson wrote in a campus-wide letter that the school will face $12 million in budget cuts over the next two fiscal years to make up for lost tuition revenue.
Watson wrote in his letter that the school will have to enact a combination of contract non-renewals, reduction in appointment times and layoffs. He said two-thirds of the cut will come out of academic affairs.
The university's enrollment has decreased 8% over the past three years.