AKRON, OH (WOIO) –
The University of Akron has proposed suspending 55 academic programs following several years of review.
At Wednesday’s Board meeting, Trustees requested that Faculty Senate provide input on proposals to suspend some academic programs, and that students applying for admission to those programs be informed about the possibility of being impacted by program suspension.
Under the process of Academic Program Review, some programs will be enhanced, perhaps with increased investment in faculty. Most programs will be maintained, and some will be suspended, allowing the University to focus resources to serve the needs of students and the region in more relevant ways.
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