UPDATED: Degrees in languages, dance and other subjects are also among those on a preliminary chopping block to balance the budget.
The administration says it is in “triage” mode, facing $138 million in lost revenues.
The resolution gives university administrators broad support as difficult budget cuts loom but no specific reductions were made on Thursday.
The University of Hawaii’s Board of Regents will discuss ways to reduce operating expenses and a letter asking Gov. David Ige to halt pay raises at its meeting Thursday.
COVID-19 is prompting the University of Hawaii to reduce some of its teaching programs, including a foundational course in human dissection.
The extent of financial woes won’t be clear for another eight weeks when fall classes start and enrollment numbers are in.