The University of Kansas is entering the second phase of a cost-cutting study, which is looking for ways to improve efficiency without sacrificing quality. The study is designed to streamline areas like information technology, human resources and maintenance. KU Provost Jeff Vitter says staff cuts are an option, but they’re looking for alternatives
A consulting firm hired by KU has targeted more than 10 areas where the school can save money. The firm will also suggest ways to increase enrollment.