The Center for California Studies (CCS) is a unit of the CSU whose mission is to bridge academia and government in the service of strengthening California’s democracy. Central to this mission is the administration of a number of fellowship, internship, and other programs, which include:
Budget Background. The Center’s budget covers a range of costs, including: staff salaries and benefits; stipends, benefits, and graduate tuition for 64 Capital Fellows; direct grants for the Faculty Research Fellows program; conference and symposium expenses, and miscellaneous other costs.
Following is a summary of the Center's current year budget:
1 6610-002 appropriation increased by $107,000 for the Center's fellows.2 Compensation and benefit increases for the Center's staff.
For the budget year, adjustments for the Center (to be determined) will be shown in Item 6610-002-001 of the State Budget Act of 2020.