Albany State to Deactivate 10 Degree Programs

Albany State University released a statement Monday concerning what it calls a “deactivation plan” for degree programs officials consider “low performing." 

In the statement, ASU Provost Abiodun Ojemakinde said the deactivation of programs will allow the university to have a long-term plan to address institutional enrollment declines in the past four (4) years and subsequent budget deficits.

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Albany State to Deactivate 10 Degree Programs

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