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WKU announces recommended cut of 101 academic programs

By Aaron Mudd, Bowling Green Daily News

With a review of all 380 of its academic programs complete, Western Kentucky University Acting Provost Cheryl Stevens announced in an email to faculty and staff Monday a recommendation to suspend 101 programs.

"Given a declining population of high school students, downturn in the number of international students, and reduced state allocations, we need to optimize allocation of scarce resources to promote and support growth," Stevens wrote in the email.

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