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You pay more than a $100 fee for ‘campus quality’

You pay more than a $100 fee for ‘campus quality’

Tamara Syed

April 26, 2018

The campus quality fee is a portion of tuition payments that have been used to provide student support services and establish community resources. For fall 2018 the fee will be $116 of tuition, what do those funds go to?According to the Division of Student Affairs website the campus quality fee, R...

CSU will not increase tuition for 2018-2019 year

CSU will not increase tuition for 2018-2019 year

Brandon Ilano

April 24, 2018

The California State University tuition will remain the same for the 2018-2019 academic school year according to CSU Chancellor Timothy White in a letter to all CSU campuses. The CSU Board of Trustees discussed a possible tuition increase in January due to the lack of funds all...

New Assembly Bill will try to stall tuition increase

New Assembly Bill will try to stall tuition increase

Josselyne Rivas

February 22, 2017

A conference held Tuesday morning introduced Assembly Bill 393, The Student Protection Act, as a possible solution to the increases in tuition and student fees among the California State University and community college systems. California State Assemblywoman Sharon Quirk-Silva authored and introduc...

Students petition against possible tuition fee increase before public forum

Students petition against possible tuition fee increase before public forum

Edward Ruano

January 29, 2016

A group of students started a petition to protest proposed tuition hikes across the CSU. The group, Students for Quality Education, rallied under Sierra Tower building Thursday, to bring the petition to students on campus. Michelle Aranda, a Chicano studies major and intern for the California Faculty A...

CSU financial model proposes tuition increases for resources

CSU financial model proposes tuition increases for resources

Yvonne Zimmerman

November 30, 2015

A new CSU financial draft proposal has recommended tuition increases for California State University campuses following an end of state funding that had frozen tuition hikes for about four years, Associated Students President Jorge Reyes and Vice President Sevag Alexanian reported to A.S. senate Monday, ...

Time for a new Free Speech Movement

Time for a new Free Speech Movement

Kyle Hufnagel

September 30, 2014

In the beginning, there was the idea that “power” was with the people. Social change was to be the defiant byproduct created by swaths of citizens collectively creating a larger voice. This aim would make the dominant institutions tremble into submission. Those were days of hopeful visions of civil and s...

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, ...

California budgets $1 billion more to prisons than higher education and leaves students hanging

Hansook Oh

September 19, 2012

Imagine a society that spends more money on keeping its prison system alive rather than educating their citizens. Imagine a society where you soon might have more youth spending time behind bars than behind the desk. There is no need to imagine this kind of society; this is our reality. Th...

Staff editorial: The CSU will vote on three potential additional fees

Staff editorial: The CSU will vote on three potential additional fees

Daily Sundial

September 18, 2012

On Wednesday, the Cal State University board of trustees will vote on a series of resolutions that could raise tuition, including one that would raise tuition up to $372 per-unit for some students. These resolutions include immediate tuition hikes if Gov. Jerry Brown’s Proposition 30 fails. However,...

Let’s stand up for education together: A California assemblyman’s work to save education

Contributor

March 12, 2012

By California Assemblyman Bob Blumenfield I was thrilled last week when thousands of students from across California rallied around the State Capitol to speak out against further budget cuts at our public universities.  I share their frustration with these cuts and encourage you, the students and un...

Invest in your education long-term; No down payment necessary

Raewyn Smith

March 4, 2012

It’s no secret that the government is attacking the higher education system in California with budget cuts and penalty fees. Last month, students at UC Riverside released a proposal to fix the education crisis; students would attend University of California schools with no upfront charges and upon...

CSU budget coverage

Daily Sundial

December 12, 2011

Gov. Brown vetoes budget aimed at cutting more funds from CSU June 25th, 2011 Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed a budget proposal drafted by Democrats in the Legislature last Thursday that would cut billions in state funding, including an additional $150 million from the CSU. Senate Bill 69 and Assembly ...

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