(AP) — Purdue University's northwestern Indiana campus is closing an
academic center and may shutter a child care center for students and staff
to help it weather a $4 million deficit.
University Calumet spokesman Wes Lukoshus says the university won't accept
students this fall at its Academic Learning Center in Merrillville as it
weighs the future of the $9 million center that opened in 2005.
He tells The
Times of Munster Purdue President Mitch Daniels is aware of the school's
the school's full-time enrollment fell 11 percent last fall and a $4
million deficit is projected for 2013. He says school officials are eyeing
faculty positions, programs and facilities as they try to reduce costs.
That includes possibly closing the Charlotte R. Riley Child Center.