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SCC President Cheryl Roberts addresses staff in a Dec. 5, 2019 budget meeting, prior to the pandemic. Those meetings led up to an initial round of $2.3 million cuts. Photo from file.

SCC Braces for Third Round of Layoffs Amid COVID Shortfall

Joshua Groom, Copy Editor October 9, 2020
The cuts come amid a statewide budget shortfall caused by revenue lost to the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition to the elimination of 11% of faculty positions, administrative and classified staff may see roughly 7% and 8% cuts, respectively.
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