Southern Illinois University's board of trustees voted Thursday not to reallocate state funding from the school's Carbondale campus to its Edwardsville campus.
The proposal to move an additional $5.1 million to the Edwardsville campus was made to reflect changes in the number of students enrolled at each site. It also included a plan to conduct a study to help officials eventually come up with a new formula to decide how much money each campus should get in the future.
The measure received four "yes" votes, three "no" votes and one abstention from the trustees.
After the vote, SIU-Edwardsville Chancellor Randy Pembrook said the study is still...