ST. CLOUD -- More cuts and consolidations could be coming for St. Cloud State University.

The University's Vice Presidents released a report this week with more than 30 recommendations that could save $3 million.

Some of the suggestions include consolidating the University Programming Board with the Center for Organization and Leadership Development.

Evaluating the student support centers like the Women's Center, American Indian Center, Multicultural Student Services, the Veteran's Center, and the LGBT office.

University Communications may consolidate with Printing Services.

And they're also recommending reviewing the staff at the University's three media organizations: The Chronicle, UTVS, and KVSC.

President Earl Potter is expected to make his final decision on the recommendations on February 4th.