From The Olympian:
The Evergreen State College will look to cut more than 10 percent from its operating budget for 2018-19 and raise student fees because of declining enrollment.
In a memo to the college's board of trustees, Evergreen President George Bridges wrote that cuts totaling $5.9 million are needed because of lower-than-expected tuition revenue. This will require "some" layoffs and eliminating "many positions that are currently vacant," according to Bridges.
They're dramatically jacking up fees (which will no doubt lead to further enrollment declines):
? The new student fee, which students pay once when they start at Evergreen, would go up $100 to $275 for those starting in the fall and to $145 for those starting in the winter or spring.