The Patrick administration is expected to cut an estimated $325 million from the state budget to address a shortfall that is emerging in the fiscal year 2015 budget.

The reduction will be felt across all state agencies, including universities such as UMass Dartmouth.

UMass Spokesman John Hoey says while the school may have to make some adjustments he doesn't anticipate the potential loss in revenue will have a huge impact for students.

Hoey says approximately 20 to 25 percent of the school's budget comes from state funding.

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