Federal Stimulus Funds Make Up NWCC Shortfalls

Northern Wyoming Community College District
Northern Wyoming Community College District

The Northern Wyoming Community College District Board of Trustees adopted their budget for the '10-'11 fiscal year Wednesday. Administration Vice President Cheryl Heath says this year's operating budget, which is just over 22-million, incorporates tuition, state appropriations and the 4-mil assessment received from Sheridan County:

She says they do have federal stimulus funds coming in for some maintenance projects and also for enrollment growth:

And if the state budget can not fund them?

The operating budget for the college district is over 22-million, while the total budget is roughly 48.7-million. Last year's operating budget was just over 21-million.

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sooo

i want to make sure i understand:
9/11 was americas fault? let me guess..

blame Bush?

was the underware bomber americas fault?
was the time square bomber americas fault.
Sounds like you are one of those "blame america firt people" I am sure CBS,NBC,ABC or certainly MSNBC would love to hire you.

Oh yes I am moving, 3 weeks,thanks for asking

oh yes!

oh yes this is uptopia! i dont mind supporting education however i do object lining the pockets of administrators.
secondly, next time some one decides to fly a plane into and building, call a college student.

Silver, not negative just a realist. How bout you not drink the sheridan koolaid and open you eyes

Those panes were flown into

Those panes were flown into those building in retailiation for bombs tht were dropped by us on them. Maybe a college student would have figured out a more diplomatic strategy other than carpet bombing.

The 9/11 attacks were not

The 9/11 attacks were not retaliation for U.S. bombing.

The motivation for the attacks was very clearly spelled out in two fatwas issued by Osama Bin Laden in the 1990s and multiple statements since the attacks.

al-Qaeda's stated reasons were: 1) U.S. support of Israel, 2) U.S. support of sanctions against Iraq, and 3) The continued presence of the U.S. military in Saudi Arabia following the Gulf War (Operation Southern Watch), which they saw as the infidel desecrating their holiest places.

This thread has drifted way off topic. If you wish to continue this discussion I suggest you start a topic in the Open Forum.

I don't mind tax money going

I don't mind tax money going to schools, money spent on education is money well spent. I think a college graduate is a lot more valuable to this country than a bomb dropped in pakistan. However I do expect that money to be well spent, and salaries of high ranking officials to be kept to approperiate levels.

Community College

SilverVixen
Where are you sadbuttrue? Community Colleges, Public Schools, etc. are supported by taxes (shore up, as you call it)!! We happen to be very lucky in this community, to have entrepeneurs who donate millions so that our Community College has much more available than most of the like institutions in towns of our size. Quit being so negative & "put upon" about every subject. There are some wonderful things happening in our world!!

SilverVixen

sooooo

tax payers are expected to shore up your school? how bout cutting some salaries and i dont mean of the admin folks. how bout make the salaries there public starting with the president????????? its my money, love to see how it is being spent

Aren't you moving soon?

Aren't you moving soon?