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CSU budget proposed, less money given than requested

CSU budget proposed, less money given than requested

Pete D. Camarillo

February 3, 2014

Governor Jerry Brown proposed an annual budget on Jan. 9 allocating the CSU system an additional $142 million in state funding for the 2014-15 academic year. The larger allocation is part of the governor’s four-year investment plan to increase state funding for public universities through 2016-17, ...

Some degrees pay off better than others

Christina Bennett

September 24, 2012

In an economy teetering on the edge of stability and an uncertain future for CSUs, students may worry whether they will find a job. But even with a degree, students might find that their respective major does not guarantee economic security. The top-10 college majors that pay the most are all in math...

Forum details November tax initiatives

Agnes Constante

September 20, 2012

Continuous cuts made to California’s higher education system have resulted in ongoing increases to student tuition and fees, but two competing initiatives on the November ballot would earn revenue for schools by raising taxes, which could prevent further cuts. A forum on the November Tax Initiatives...

CSU board of trustees may add news fees of up to $372 per unit starting Fall 2013

Hansook Oh

September 16, 2012

The Cal State University board of trustees will vote on three resolutions that could increase fees for general in-state and out-of-state tuition and add three new “resident undergraduate” fees of up to $372 per unit, at their next meeting, Wednesday. The resolutions are part of a contingency plan that ...

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