MANHATTAN—Kansas State University on Wednesday announced a third round of emergency furloughs from multiple areas of the university.
According to a media release from KSU, a total of 15 employees will be furloughed. According to the K-State Today announcement affected areas include Enrollment Management, International Student and Scholar Services, and Education Abroad. The furloughs will occur in June and July.
Enrollment Management is furloughing three employees, International Student and Scholar Services is furloughing five employees, and Education Abroad is furloughing seven employees. The emergency furloughs are expected to result in cost reductions of nearly $80,000.
Furloughed employees may qualify for state unemployment benefits.