Selkirk College Bottom Line Looking Healthy
The Selkirk College Board of Governors has approved an annual budget that allows the institution to continue providing high quality, sought after programs and services to students and to grow in areas that address future needs.
At its monthly meeting in May, the board passed the proposed $45 million budget that sets a financial course for the regional college in the coming year.
The Selkirk College Board of Governors recently approved a $45 million budget that sets a course for regional college in the coming year.
“Selkirk College has continued to meet the government mandated requirement of tabling a balanced budget,” says Board of Governors’ Chair Sharel Wallace. “This is due to the hard work and dedication of the college's employees who have taken the time to provide input into the process. The Board of Governors wishes to thank the employees for their efforts. After several years of coping with budget challenges, the Board was excited to see a budget that improves the college’s capacity to grow in fiscal 2017.”
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