Bryant University, facing $11M budget deficit, to reduce workforce and pay

BRYANT UNIVERSITY announced Friday that it will have to reduce its workforce and make other budget cuts due to an $1 million budget gap brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. / COURTESY BRYANT UNIVERSITY
BRYANT UNIVERSITY announced Friday that it will have to reduce its workforce and make other budget cuts due to an $11 million budget gap brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. / COURTESY BRYANT UNIVERSITY
SMITHFIELD – Facing an $11 million budget deficit brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, Bryant University President Ross Gittell, in a letter issued Friday to faculty and staff, said the university will have to make budget reductions, including to its workforce. Gittell said that Bryant is facing a $5 million revenue drop, mainly from an…

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