TORRINGTON – Though Tuesday’s meeting of the Eastern Wyoming College Board of Trustees was short, much of its focus continues to be budget oriented, and the outlook is looking better than it did a year ago.
According to vice president of administrative affairs Ron Laher’s budget report, revenue from student tuition and fees are outpacing last years revenue because of higher tuition and fee rates and an increase of five percent in regular credit enrollment.
The report went on to indicate that food service and conference center revenues are higher than last year, as are revenues from housing and auxiliary sales. Revenues are up five percent for food service and conference center, nine percent for housing and seven percent for
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