Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

OU Cuts $14.4M from HSC, Tulsa Campus Budgets

Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

OU Cuts $14.4M from HSC, Tulsa Campus Budgets

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OKLAHOMA CITY - The University of Oklahoma is cutting $14.4 million to its medical research and education campuses in Oklahoma City and in Tulsa.

The reduction, which was announced Tuesday, is part of a $35 million funding decrease to the OU system, including $20.3 million less to the Norman campus.

The OU Board of Regents accepted the fiscal year 2017 budget at a Tuesday meeting. The regents received nearly 16 percent less in state appropriations for the upcoming fiscal year, according to information OU released.

The cuts won't affect university-affiliated hospitals, said OU Medical Systems spokesman Scott Coppenbarger.

University spokeswoman Catherine Bishop wrote in an email to The Journal Record that the OU Health Sciences Center and OU-Tulsa Schusterman campuses will reduce faculty and staff positions through attrition. …

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