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CNC greenlights balanced budget for next school year

A balanced budget has been passed by the College of New Caledonia’s (CNC) Board of Governors for the 2024/25 fiscal year with a focus on a few key areas.

CNC President Cindy Heitman (Photo provided by CNC)

The college board approved the budget during a Friday meeting.

“We developed the balanced budget guided by priorities in our Learning Together strategic plan,” said Cindy Heitman, CNC’s president.

“We made choices focusing on students’ experiences and strategic enrolment, ensuring access and flexibility, as well as continuous improvement across the college.”

CNC’s 2024/25 budget will support students’ success in several ways. These include:

• Renewing the college’s focus on truth and, reconciliation, and decolonization;
• New initiatives for student experiences including improved enrolment information
systems, support for student ambassadors and student services, expanded
helpdesk support hours, and additions for orientation and student events; and
• Building upon equity, diversity, and inclusion efforts to ensure every student is
welcome, acknowledged and respected.

“We have an exciting time ahead, and this budget will fuel many opportunities for students and the college community as a whole,” added Ms. Heitman. We will continue with our
enrolment planning measures that will support the health of the college while putting the needs and experiences of students at the forefront.”

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