NEWPORT – In 2011-12, Oregon Coast Community College (OCCC) faced a $91,623 budget shortfall. Then it stared into the jaws of a $338,395 gap in 2012-13 – the majority of which derived from a difference between tuition and fee revenues, and instruction expenditures ($1.64 million versus $1.95 million). For the complete article see the 11-15-2013 issue.
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