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Sun Sep 22, 2019, 05:28 AM

UA President says cuts, possible consolidation won't affect accreditation

In the wake of a $25 million cut this year by the Dunleavy administration, and another $45 million anticipated in future years, the University of Alaska is considering some campus consolidation.

UA President Jim Johnsen concluded the first day of presentations at the Southeast Conference in Sitka, with a university update.

Currently the university consists of three accredited institutions, and 16 campuses.

We will remain an accredited university. Period. End of report. So if anybody says thats gonna threaten accreditation. No, were not going to do anything that would threaten our accreditation, he said. Its not negotiable. Even if we have increased consolidation, there will be people where the students are.

Read more: https://www.alaskapublic.org/2019/09/19/ua-president-says-cuts-possible-consolidation-wont-affect-accreditation/

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