University of North Dakota Will Not Cut Any Sports Programs
The University of North Dakota has made the decision to not cut any of their sports programs.
Right now, the University, based in Grand Forks, sponsors 20 athletics programs and that won't be changing anytime soon.
WDAY reports that Mark Kennedy sent a campus-wide e-mail on Tuesday that he affirmed a committee's recommendation to keep all 20 sports programs going.
Of course, as the Grand Forks Herald reports, keeping all the athletic programs will come at a cost.
The committee which recommended keeping the sports programs, also recommended raising student fees and increasing ticket prices to help offset the cost to the University of keeping the teams.
As a UND fan, you may be able to continue to watch all your favorite sports teams. Unfortunately, it may cost you a bit more to see it in person.