Plymouth State University budget update information available online

May 20th, 2011 by Adam

Information regarding the New Hampshire and the Plymouth State University budget processes are now available online .
Visitors can find material related to the legislative timeline for budget discussion and adoption, copies of President Steen’s testimony to legislators and communications to campus, as well as information related to PSU’s impact on the economy and our partnerships with local and regional agencies and associations.
The New Hampshire State Legislature is expected to consider a budget for the next biennium by June 23 with action by governor before June 30.

For more information about this release, contact Tim Kershner, PSU Chief Public Relations Officer, (603) 535-2476 or tlkershner@plymouth.edu

http://www.plymouth.edu/office/president/budget-update/

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