LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) — A consultant's report says recent funding cuts implemented by the University of Wyoming have resulted in a campus that is less clean.
A report delivered to the UW Board of Trustees on Wednesday states that UW would need to invest about $660,000, including hiring about 20 more staff members, to reach an adequate level of cleanliness.
The consultant found that the UW campus is generally clean and healthy and does not have a cleaning crisis, but warned the general cleanliness and conditions of interior surfaces are trending toward an unsustainable state.
UW President Laurie Nichols says the university will address the situation and come back with recommendations.