Japanese Washington College in Cheney is dealing with a projected $3.6 million price range deficit.
The varsity is working to chop costs by restructuring schools and educational departments, a process that may have an effect on jobs.
The Spokesman-Evaluation says campus leaders introduced the money woes in an April 8 e-mail to staff.
EWU spokesman Dave Meany says faculty directors could not talk about details of the price range plan, as they’re figuring out the easiest way to restructure packages.
Officers say enrollment is failing to satisfy projections. The college had anticipated to enroll about 10,650 students this yr, however early registrations indicate the varsity would miss that mark by several hundred students.
In fiscal 2018, EWU acquired about $58 million in operating funds from the state, accounting for almost a quarter of the university’s revenue.