LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Another round of job losses hit a Louisville community college today.

JCTC told about 35 more people their jobs will go away June 30. The latest round of layoffs will impact students in the classroom, with faculty and adviser positions eliminated at all six JCTC campuses.

Last week, the school cut dozens of administrative and staff workers. Leaders say they're facing an $8 million deficit due to declining enrollment.

The school's President is still considering dropping two or three degree programs.

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