Linn-Benton Community College plans to cut 23 jobs, eliminate its baseball and women's basketball teams, and raise tuition.
President Greg Hamann says the cuts are a result of a 5 percent drop in enrollment, state funding cuts and rising health care costs.
The Albany Democrat-Herald reports that students will face a $3 per credit increase in tuition in the fall, and larger tuition increases can be expected for higher-cost programs.
The job cuts include layoffs and positions in which retirees won't be replaced. Ten are among the faculty, nine are staff positions, and four are administrators.