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April 28, 2014 6:56 PM

Georgetown College to cut about 20 percent of faculty, end four majors

Georgetown College will cut about 20 percent of its faculty and end four majors in order to reverse a $4 million deficit at the Scott County school. President Dwaine Greene announced to faculty and staff Monday afternoon what he called a "strategic renewal" over the next year. That includes ending majors in French, German, computer science and music by May 2015, which will affect several faculty.

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