New president: University of Oklahoma layoffs possible


NORMAN, Okla. (AP) — The University of Oklahoma could see layoffs as it faces a $15 million operating loss for the coming fiscal year, according to the school's incoming president.

Jim Gallogly told the Tulsa World on Thursday that he may have the university look at non-faculty staff for more efficiency when fixing the fiscal hole he'll inherit after taking over as president July 1.

"I can't tell you numbers or anything, but we have to at least make up $15 million," he said.

The Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education has passed a preliminary budget, but Gallogly said he plans to revise it...

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