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The University of Connecticut plans to ask the state legislature for about $60 million this session to help close budget shortfalls projected next year of $70 million for UConn and $29 million for UConn Health.
In a letter to the community, UConn President Radenka Maric said the university is seeking an additional $47.3 million for its Storrs campus and $12.6 million for UConn Health.
Gov. Ned Lamont’s $26.1 billion budget plan proposed last week kept reductions approved by the General Assembly during the last legislative session intact.
UConn’s aid is expected to drop from $299 million this year to $251 million next year. For its Farmington-based health center, overall aid shrinks from $198 million to $157 million.
The Lamont administration has said previously that the state’s higher education systems should have been weaning themselves off emergency pandemic funding.
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