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Marshall officials propose budget policies revamp

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. -- Marshall University administrators are proposing an overhaul of the school's budget policies.

The proposal includes standardizing fees, centralizing institutional revenue and ending department-specific accounts.

The Board of Governors will consider the proposal on Thursday.

Marty Amerikaner, the board's faculty representative, tells The Herald-Dispatch ( ) that he doesn't believe the proposal is fully developed. He calls it a massive restructuring of the university's financial operations.

College of Fine Arts dean Don Van Horn says the intent is to create a more manageable budget model.

The Faculty Senate will hold an emergency meeting Friday to discuss what happens at Thursday's meeting.


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