USF Vice Provost: Cuts Could Impact Class Size, Summer School
Days after the Florida Senate surprised the University of South Florida with a proposal to immediately spin off USF Polytechnic into a separate university, the Senate's budget committee proposed cutting USF's funding by nearly 60 percent.
But what will this mean for students? WUSF's Steve Newborn talks about the possible impact with USF's Vice Provost, Graham Tobin.
He says it could mean larger class sizes, curtailing summer school and spell the end of the proposed College of Pharmacy.
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