FAIRBANKS — The University of Alaska Fairbanks is expecting a tight budget next year, with uncertain state and federal funding sources complicated by a slight dip in student enrollment.
UAF Chancellor Brian Rogers discussed the tepid funding projections as part of an overview of the university during a Greater Fairbanks Chamber of Commerce luncheon Tuesday. Rogers said the uncertainty will leave UAF with “very little maneuvering room going into next year.”
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