After five years of layoffs, fee hikes and cuts in admissions, the Cal State University system is getting more money to spend.
CSU officials said Tuesday they will need nearly $250 million more in state funding for the next academic year than is currently proposed, an amount that Gov. Jerry Brown called “a dream more than reality.”
After years of difficult budget cuts, Gov. Jerry Brown is offering more money to California’s public colleges and universities.
The Cal State Board of Trustees on Tuesday postponed a scheduled vote on undergraduate tuition increases.
California’s public higher education crisis has a flip side: swelling enrollment, expanding faculty, and state-of-the-art construction at the state’s private colleges and universities.
A California State University panel on Tuesday approved a plan to raise tuition by 5 percent next year if voters reject Gov. Jerry Brown’s tax initiative and trigger a $250 million funding cut to the 23-campus system.
CSU officials are considering possible tuition increases and a reduction in graduation requirements for undergraduates ahead of the November ballot.
Officials denied a report alleging the system would allow out-of-state students — and their higher tuitions — to bypass a statewide enrollment freeze.
University of California leaders are planning to freeze tuition and endorse Gov. Jerry Brown’s tax initiative, but UC students could face a steep midyear tuition hike if voters reject the November ballot measure.
Members of the California State University Board of Trustees will meet Tuesday to discuss what the university will do to enhance revenue if voters reject tax initiatives in November, which will create a $250 million cut.
Students may soon face another round of tuition increases to help pay for ballooning pension and health care costs.
With student debt reaching the $1 trillion mark, it’s no wonder why there’s growing concern about tuition costs at higher education institutions.
University of California students could face significantly higher tuition if the state doesn’t increase funding and voters reject the governor’s tax initiative, school administrators said Tuesday.
Calif. Sen. Ted W. Lieu is responding to CBS2 investigative reporter David Goldstein’s exclusive story on questionable spending at the CSU Chancellor’s Office.
Officials at Santa Monica College on Wednesday denied spreading fertilizer and leaving on the sprinklers to prevent protesters from gathering on campus.