the budget crisis

S ince the end of last semester, there has been a lot of conversation on campus surrounding the alleged budget crisis that Ohio University is facing.

The budget crisis landing page will be updated throughout the semester to provide information on issues surrounding the budget.

For the university, it is required to make changes for it to be successful moving forward. Enrollment is down for the university, which means less money is coming into the university. Those in charge of planning have to adjust the budget to make up for the money the university is losing.

On the other side, OU faculty and staff members are worried about what this means for their jobs as well as what programs will still be available for students.

This landing page contains different articles related to explaining the budget, the groups involved and other issues to help our readers get a better understanding about the budget crisis.

Editor’s note: The introduction has been updated to provide a better explainer for the landing page.

Budget Reports

SOURCE: Ohio University Budget Book

Recent Updates
Faculty feel left out of budget planning and decision-making
A breakdown of Ohio University's 2020 budget
University faculty hold silent protest during Board of Trustees meeting
Faculty confront Board of Trustee members about proposed budget cuts
OU Fun Facts holds round table meeting with students, faculty and staff
Students and faculty hold protest in support of university professors
Faculty group discusses possible unionization, potential walkout
Professors share budget concerns, priorities at open forum
OU announces new separation and early retirement programs
OU women’s sports budgeted about half the amount as men’s sports in 2019
Faculty Senate: Faculty ask for more transparency and shared governance with budget issues
Shively Court closing permanently
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