UMaine Farmington eliminates 18 positions

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FARMINGTON, Maine (AP) — The University of Maine at Farmington has cut 18 jobs from its budget, which resulted in three layoffs.

The savings amount to $1.65 million.

The university says the other 15 jobs that were cut were vacant. No departments have been eliminated.

According to a UMF spokeswoman, the university president says the cuts were needed to balance next year's budget.

The Morning Sentinel reports ( ) that the layoffs were in admissions, the library and include a retirement in academic affairs.

The university said that it also plans to reduce operations spending by $1.34 million by cutting budgets for supplies and services and postponing capital investments.


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