Balanced budget

Sheridan College officials present ‘balanced budget’ for 2021-22


SHERIDAN — It’s still early, with more than two months to go in the planning process, but the good news from Sheridan College officials is they’re not planning any significant cuts for the upcoming 2021-22 budget cycle.

Members of the Northern Wyoming Community College District Board of Trustees were presented with a draft of a budget plan for 2021-22 at the regular monthly meeting Tuesday, helping the college meet a state mandated deadline.

“By statute, we have to get this in front of you (by May 15),” said NWCCD President Walter Tribley.

Craig Achord, vice president for administration and Sheridan College’s chief financial officer, added the budget plan in its current form is “very preliminary,” with board members slated to have several more opportunities to review the proposal before having to approve a final version. College officials will hold budget workshops with the board May 15 and again July 15.

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