In an effort to cut $40 million in state funding and proposed funding cuts, the University of Missouri is eliminating about 25 jobs, including some in university police.
In an effort to cut $40 million in state funding and proposed funding cuts, the University of Missouri is eliminating about 25 jobs, including some in university police. File photo
In an effort to cut $40 million in state funding and proposed funding cuts, the University of Missouri is eliminating about 25 jobs, including some in university police. File photo

University of Missouri laying off 25 employees to save about $1.7 million

April 06, 2017 11:50 AM

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