Faust hinted that the University may need to cut costs and push back timelines for certain initiatives, such as expansion plans in Allston.
“It’ll be a high priority for us to continue with our construction projects already underway,” Faust said. “But as we plan for the future, we have to look at matching our ambitions in construction with our resources.”
Though construction for the first science building in Allston, which began this spring, was slated to near completion in July 2011, it is unclear whether this date will be postponed as the University assesses current spending.
The Harvard Crimson :: News :: Harvard Forecasts Shift in Budget Priorities
Posted by Harry Mattison on 11/10/2008 09:54:00 PM