The California State University is committed to ensuring that the citizens of California know how the CSU conducts business. To that end, the system strives to be accountable in all its dealings with students, faculty, staff, the community and businesses. This means sharing and updating information and making it readily available to the public.
The CSU has partnered with OpenGov to help you explore the CSU's finances by year, campus and fund.
Documents from the 1990s through the most recent fiscal year can be found here.
Find reports for a wide variety of departments—from Admissions to Title IX Compliance.
See a list of vendor contracts, and contract award dates for every CSU campus and theChancellor's Office:
These campus-specific fees, adopted by 12 CSU campuses so far, are used to provide services to students.
The CSU is committed to ensuring that the system’s programs, services and activities are accessible to all students, faculty, staff and the general public.
The California Political Reform Act requires employees in designated positions to file an official Statement of Economic Interests form on an annual basis, and that all CSU employees disqualify themselves from participating in decisions in which they have a personal financial interest.
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The CSU is transparent in disclosing, approving, and documenting outside employment by CSU managers and executives to identify potential conflicts of commitment and/or interest.
Find recent reports on various programs and policies the CSU has submitted to the Legislature.
View a summary of compensation for CSU executive leaders and campus presidents, along with the policy that guides the Board of Trustees.
State Leadership Accountability Act (SLAA) requires state agencies to maintain effective systems to reduce the waste of resources, including biennial reports.