Efforts to boost enrollment worked for Temple University, but the increase in student population reportedly ended up leaving the college short on financial aid by roughly $22 million.
On Monday, school officials confirmed Temple's 2016-2017 budget had to be reworked as the projected expense of financial aid was $22 million higher than the amount the college had allotted, according to Philly.com.
The departure of Temple's provost, Hai-Lung Dai, came Tuesday, Philly.com reported, although neither school officials nor Dai gave the reason for his abrupt removal.
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