If a Giant State School Isn't Safe From a Budget Crisis, Who Is?

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Florida State University announced Friday that it will freeze enrollment for the coming school year in order to stabilize its budget, reports the FSView. A combination of factors has resulted in the freeze, and officials say they simply "just do not have the money to admit more freshmen and transfer students."

Potential students won't be the only ones affected by the tightened budget, as faculty will be forced to teach more classes and certain perks of being a college professor could be sliced. Students already at the school may also face fatter fees and shorter library and computer lab hours. But at least it's not Antioch College. (Too soon?) —Jackie Mantey