April 28, 2014

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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