TOLEDO, Ohio — University of Toledo employees received information on furloughs and pay cuts coming their way Tuesday afternoon. 

The university sent a memo to employees, explaining the measure.

Anyone making less than $50,000 will have to take one furlough day. Those making between $50,000 and $75,000 are required to take one furlough day for two pay-periods each. And workers who make between $75,000 and $100,000 are required to take one furlough day for three pay-periods each. 

The furloughs are set to take place from May 5 to June 19. 

Additionally, those making over $100,000 won't take furloughs but will take a 10% pay cut through the end of June. This includes both basketball coaches, the football coach, and the women's soccer coach.

The athletic director is taking a 20% pay cut. 

Below is the memo the university sent employees Tuesday:

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