June 5, 2013
This past weekend, the Kansas Legislature based a budget which will mean a cut of 1.5% in state funding in each of the next two years. What does this mean for Wichita State University? It means a loss of more than $3.3 million in state funding over the next two years. The result for students is very likely to be tuition increases. The Governor still needs to sign the budget, but I can't see how he could not sign it.
I personally don't see how Kansas Universities will be able to absorb these cuts without increasing tuition for students.