SOUTH BEND, Ind.--- Some pink slips were recently handed out at Indiana University-South Bend, that will save the university a lot of greenbacks.
WNDU's own Maureen McFadden talked to a university spokesman Wednesday who confirmed the cutbacks.
Seven staff positions were cut and two more were eliminated through early retirement.
In addition to those who lost their jobs, four full and four part time positions were also added.
Three full time faculty members also left IU, and three vacant positions will not be filled.
The spokesman confirmed that six positions in the IT department were also cut, but three were also added.
In all, the move will save IU-South Bend nearly $681,000.