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Governor’s Budget Proposal Supports Student Success

The governor’s budget proposal affirms his commitment to invest in the California State University and acknowledges the university’s vital role as an economic driver and the state’s largest producer of bachelor’s degrees.

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State Capitol

State Budget Agreement Affirms CSU’s Commitment To Student Success

The California budget agreement reached by Governor Brown, President pro Tempore de León and Speaker Atkins on Tuesday is good news for the California State University system, the state and most importantly, CSU students. The additional $97 million in funds allocated for the CSU will amplify th

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Senate President Pro Tempore Kevin de León, center, stands with CSU presidents and representatives during CSU Budget Advocacy Da

Signs Point to CSU Receiving Additional State Funding

Senate President Pro Tempore Kevin de León, center, stands with CSU presidents and representatives during CSU Budget Advocacy Day. (Sacramento State/Jessica Vernone) View more CSU Budget Advocacy Day photos here. The Governor, Assembly and Senate have all recommended that the final budget act inclu

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CSU Trustees Approve 2014-15 State Budget Request

The CSU Board of Trustees approved its 2014-15 budget ask on Nov. 6, which requests that the Governor and Legislature provide an additional $237.6 million in state funding for the upcoming fiscal year. The expenditure plan focuses on funding to meet increasing enrollment demand, augmentations for st

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Graphing State Support for the CSU

Below are visual representations graphing the state support budget for the California State University: Chart illustrates 10 Years of CSU General Fund (GF) appropriation with the Governor’s 2014-15 to 2016-17 multi-year plan. Graph illustrates the trend between CSU resident student e

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Cal State Trustees Adopt Budget Contingency Plans

(September 19, 2012) – The California State University Board of Trustees today adopted budget contingency measures based on the outcome of Proposition 30 on the November 6 ballot.  The board voted 11 to 3 to raise tuition fees by $150 a semester or 5 percent if the Governor\'s tax initiative

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California State University Considers Budget Alternatives

System outlines options dependent on Governor\'s tax measure (July 17, 2012) – With the state budget for 2012-13 now signed, the California State University Board of Trustees discussed budget options for the system at its regularly scheduled board meeting today.  The final budget relies on th

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CSU Asks State To Restore $333 Million in 2012-2013 Budget

(Nov. 16, 2011) -- The California State University Board of Trustees today unanimously approved its 2012-2013 budget, which requests that the governor and legislature provide an additional $333 million in state funding for the upcoming fiscal year. The board also approved an increase in tuition of $

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