State House Dome: Chancellor's Office in House's sights, Union Leader, 1/22/12

posted Mar 31, 2012, 3:51 AM by Bill Duncan

NO REST FOR UNIVERSITY SYSTEM: The University System of New Hampshire incurred one of the Legislature’s biggest budget cuts last session when lawmakers slashed $90 million from Gov. John Lynch’s proposed budget.

This week, system officials will have to fend off an attempt to abolish the Chancellor’s Office, whose responsibilities and duties would be turned over to the system’s board of trustees and the presidents of the four colleges.

House Bill 1692 would also reduce the number of student trustees on the board from two to one and the number of alumni representatives from four to one.

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