Merit pay increases also will depend on enrollment growth. Before the next fiscal year, which begins Sept. 1, university officials are recommending departments not approve official travel and not to buy extra resources to save additional funds, he said. Nursing programs and small business development will continue to be a university priority, he said. Academics and student services, including retention and recruitment, will also be protected. Beran said UHV will create an executive committee to balance the budget and take recommendations and consult with faculty and staff about university reductions. To offset the reduction, officials plan to focus on recruiting efforts and marketing. "More students to UHV - that would solve a lot of issues," Beran said. Establishing the university in Katy is also another goal, he said. The position of senior director for enrollment management was created for the Katy area to target community colleges, Beran said. remote nurse educator jobs UHV President Vic Morgan also formed a committee in Katy for marketing and recruiting.
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