When the Ohio legislature convened in March, it voted to close five schools for the 2019-20 school year.
That includes four at the University of Toledo, two at the Ohio Institute of Technology and one at Ohio State University.
It also closed four other campuses.
At Ohio State, administrators said the university has made a commitment to enroll every student.
But in March 2019, administrators announced they were closing the university’s Columbus campus in 2018 after a two-year, $12 million renovation project that included a new football stadium, a new basketball arena and an all-new academic center.
At the University at Buffalo, administrators say they are closing two campus facilities to reduce costs and save $10 million annually.
At Michigan State, the university announced that it would close two campuses this year and the university is working to reduce expenses.
At UCF, administrators have closed three campuses this academic year.
The university’s trustees say they plan to begin to reduce student costs by 2020.
The school’s campuses are expected to close by the end of the school year, officials said.
At some schools, closures are likely to be permanent.
The University of Arizona is closing its three campuses in 2019, the University on the Colorado River in 2020 and the University in the Desert in 2021.
A spokeswoman for the university said students will continue to access all programs, activities and services.
The spokesman said the school was “working to make the most of the opportunities to get to graduate school and pursue a career in education.”
At the other campuses, administrators at some are saying they are not in a position to close the campuses, but they have decided to make cuts to the cost of educating their students.
Officials at Ohio University said they are planning to cut their operating expenses and make savings of $50 million in 2019-2020.
At Purdue University, the spokesman said officials will reduce their tuition, student fees and related costs.
Officials said in a statement that they are working with local and state governments to make a financial commitment to the students they serve.
At Georgia Tech, the school announced in March that it will shut two campuses for 2019-2019, one in Atlanta and the other in Greenville, S.C. The campus in Atlanta will remain open, while the campus in Greenland will close.
In January 2019, a spokeswoman for Georgia Tech said the Georgia Tech administration was working to make savings through increased faculty salaries and financial assistance programs.
The spokeswoman said the administration would not make any announcements regarding the closure of any campus.
At West Virginia University, administrators are considering a series of closures.
Officials announced in February that the school will close two of its three campus in 2019 and one in 2020.
A university spokesman said they will not announce any closures.
In 2019-2018, the college said it would open two campuses, one at Columbus and one near Waco, Texas.
In 2018-2019 and 2019- 2020, officials at the school said they planned to make reductions to student costs.
At Texas Tech University, officials have been discussing the possibility of closing the school’s four campuses, including two in Houston and two in Austin.
The spokesperson said in February they were “actively considering a number of possible solutions to the challenges facing the University.”
At Arizona State University, students are likely going to have to pay more for tuition, housing and other costs as the school closes two campuses.
A spokesman for the school in March said that the university was making savings through reducing staff and reducing classes.
At Iowa State University in 2017-2018 and 2018-19, the campus closed three of its campuses.
In 2017-18, administrators closed one campus and the school has not made a decision on the other two campuses in that time.
In the meantime, the Iowa State Student Association is planning a rally on Sept. 16 at the university to “raise awareness and support for all of the campuses that have been closed, including Iowa State’s flagship campus,” the group said in its Facebook post.
At the University System of Georgia, administrators made a pledge to make significant savings and to save $2 million by 2020 in a meeting with students and community members in March.
They are also planning a community event on Aug. 3 that they hope will generate a large number of students and visitors to the school.
At Texas A&M University, in 2017, administrators decided to close three campuses, closing three of the four campuses and two of the three student housing facilities.
The college said in an online statement that the decision to close was “due to increased student costs.”
The school announced that in 2018-2018 it would cut its operating expenses by $25 million.
The statement said it planned to close all four campuses by 2019-21.
At Southern Methodist University, at least one student group has already planned a rally and rally in the spring.
A University of Missouri graduate student group plans to hold a rally to raise awareness of the campus closures and protests.
In September, the group plans a “No Campus for