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April 25, 2003 :: Media Advisory: House Committee to Discuss Possible Additional Cuts to Higher Education, Officials Concerned About Impact on Oklahoma Families

Media Contact

General Conference Committee on Appropriations

Hearing to Discuss Potential Additional Cuts to Higher Education

10:30 a.m., Monday, April 28

Oklahoma State Capitol
Room 432A

These cuts could affect Oklahoma families who are counting on scholarships and possibly increase the time it takes for students to graduate. Higher education officials are also concerned about the impact on future grant revenues for research. The GCCA is seeking input from higher education officials and others concerning the impact of the additional cuts.