Facing Enrollment Dip, Suffolk U. Freezes Salaries
June 11, 2014
Suffolk University has announced that it is freezing salaries for the next fiscal year, The Boston Globe reported. The institution said it was facing an $11 million drop in budgeted revenue due in large part to enrollment shortfalls.
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