Norfolk, Va. – On Thursday, faculty members at Norfolk State University held a meeting to brace for a possible decline in enrollment for the next school year.
Interim President and CEO Eddie N. Moore, Jr. released a statement about this meeting.
In it, he says the university discussed the impact of potential enrollment shortfalls for 2016 but the university is not operating at a deficit.
“Not only is the campus compliant at both the federal and state levels, the administration anticipates ending the fiscal year in a solid financial position,” says Moore.
He says they are looking at all outcomes and are preparing for the future which could include right sizing adjunct and part-time positions.
They are also looking to review their need to fill vacant positions.
Students and staff have met to discuss how the university can operate better after a decline in enrollment.
No final decisions have been made yet.
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