EdSource — California State University is once again severely limiting spring enrollment due to state budget cutbacks and the fear of more reductions.
The CSU announced on Monday that because of $750 million in funding cuts in the 2011–2012 school year and the prospect of another $250 million in losses if Gov. Jerry Brown’s tax initiative does not pass, only 10 campuses will accept students in spring 2013, and even those campuses will enroll a limited number.
Cal State San Bernardino is among the 10 campuses that will accept applications from students who have earned an associate’s degree for transfer.
The article was published July 30, 2012.
Read the complete article at “CSU freezes spring enrollment again.”
Also see the related news release “CSUSB among 10 California State University campuses to accept limited spring 2012 applications.”