CSU board of trustees votes on two resolutions, postpones the third

Carly Gillis

At the CSU board of trustees meeting today, the CSU board of trustees finance committee approved two resolutions, both contingent on the success or failure of Gov. Jerry Brown’s Proposition 30.

The first resolution gives the CSU Chancellor to “take actions necessary” to implement their contingency plan come November. The second resolution rolls back the most recent tuition hike if Prop. 30 succeeds, but would create a new tuition hike of 5 percent starting in January, if Prop. 30 fails.

The third resolution, which would have introduced three news fees – graduation incentive fee, third tier fee and course repeat fee – has been postponed until the November meeting after the election.

On Wednesday, the first two resolutions will go to the entire board for an official vote.