Colleges consider merging to save money

Colleges consider merging to save money

October 10, 2019 0 By Stanley Isaacs


E SCHOOLS ALIVE, AND WILL HOPEFULLY BENEFIT BOTH STUDENTS AND FACULT>>THE NUMBER OF SMALL COLLEGES THAT CLOSE IN THIS COUNTRY WILL TRIPLE IN THE NEXT 10 YEARS. THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES AND THE CHANCELLOR WANT TO BE PROACTIVE, ENSURING THE CAMPUSES OF LYNDON JOHNSON WILL BE ABLE TO CONTINUE FOR GENERATIONS TO COME.>>VERMONT STATE COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES MET TO DISCUSS ONE POSSIBILITY, MERGING WANTED AND JOHNSON DAY COLLEGES.>>WE ARE COMMITTED TO MAKING SURE THE CAMPUSES ARE MAINTAINED. NO CAMPUS CLOSURE. UNDER THE PLAN, THEY WOULD SHARE THE SAME ADMINISTRATION BUT NOT THEIR MASCOTS OR SPORTS TEAMS AND EACH COLLEGE WOULD KEEP THEIR ACADEMIC SPECIALTY. BUT CLINTON WILL STILL BE KNOWN FOR ITS STRONG PROFESSIONAL PROGRAMS. JOHNSON WILL STILL BE KNOWN AS THE CAMPUS THAT WILL PROVE THE LIBERAL ARTS COLLEGE.>>THE CHANCELLOR ACKNOWLEDGES IT’S A BID — BIG CHANGE.>>THE CHANCES OF US ARE WRITING THE HIGH QUALITY EDUCATION WE ARE COMMITTED TO PROVIDING WILL BE MUCH MORE DIFFICULT.>>A VOTE WILL HAPPEN IN SEPTEMBER.>>EXCITED ABOUT THE OPPORTUNITY