Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has called for downsizing and consolidation in the state's university system.

What does this mean for Western Connecticut State University in Danbury -- right now, next year and beyond?

Will the number of faculty members be shaved? Will class sizes swell? Will tuition go up?

We talk with Gov. Malloy, WestConn President James Schmotter and students, faculty and staff at the university to get their views.

To find out about the future of WestConn under the new governor, read our coverage Sunday, April 17, exclusively in the print edition of The News-Times.