UPDATE 7/1/2014 5:00 PM
Back in March we told you about the staffing cuts made at Marietta College.
Twenty full-time jobs, amounting to about $1 million in savings.
Now another round of potential cuts looms for the campus.
In a statement to WTAP News the college says it's working to continue to improve its budget for the upcoming school year.
College president Joseph Bruno reached out to campus faculty and staff for feedback on two proposed options.
After Thursday, deliberations will begin on how the college plans to move forward in the upcoming school year.
We contacted college officials but were unable to get any further comment.
Marietta College is cutting 20 full-time jobs.
The school says in a news release the cuts are to help the school meet short term budget pressures.
The decision was made to contribute to the overall health of the college.
MC President Joseph Bruno says the College will look at other options to try and minimize any future job losses.
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