WSU addresses questions about cuts, tuition

During what he called the most difficult day in his 15 years of serving as a president of universities, WSU President Elson S. Floyd on Friday answered questions with Provost Warwick Bayly in a press conference and a later public session about the preliminary budget-reduction plan announced earlier in the day. Floyd said the plan […]

Faculty Senate: Budget motion rejected, A2P2 changes approved

A motion to enhance faculty input to pending budget decisions failed in the Faculty Senate Thursday. Opponents said it was too late in the process and there had been opportunity for – and acceptance of – faculty input from the beginning of the process. The Faculty Senate also approved a variety of program and degree […]

Dropped class list ready soon for comment

A complete list of courses proposed to be dropped as a result of WSU’s academic affairs program prioritization (A2P2) is expected to be available for university review by mid-December.   Larry James, associate executive vice president, is negotiating with colleges this week about contested courses. He plans to complete the review and have the dropped […]

On target for cutting courses by 20 percent

Preliminary results show WSU’s academic affairs program prioritization (A2P2) is right on target for the goal of reducing academic courses by 20 percent. “Units have done a great job of making some hard decisions,” said Larry James, associate executive vice president, while presenting preliminary results to the Faculty Senate Thursday afternoon. Zeroing in on the […]