Austin Community College: State appropriations a ‘small victory’ for district
In the midst of budget discussions at Austin Community College, one official told trustees Monday the amount of money expected from the state during the next fiscal year was a “small victory” for the district. “We were told to prepare for a 4 percent reduction [in state appropriations],” said Neil Vickers, the executive vice president of finance and administration, during a presentation on the budget. ACC state appropriations, which makes up about 17 percent of ACC’s budget, remained “basically flat” at around $43 million, Vickers said.
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Source: Community Impact- Round Rock