The Sun — A California State University Board of Trustees committee on Tuesday approved a 5 percent tuition hike effective this spring if voters reject a November tax initiative designed to fund public education.
At its regular meeting at the Chancellor’s Office in Long Beach, the board’s seven-member Committee on Finance voted unanimously in favor of the 5 percent tuition increase — which would amount to an extra $150 a semester for full-time undergraduates. The tuition increase would be automatically rescinded if voters in November approve Gov. Jerry Brown’s Prop. 30 tax initiative.
Full board approval is expected today, Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2012.
The article, published Sept. 18, 2012, also appeared in the Whittier Daily News, Contra Costa Times, San Jose Mercury News, Pasadena Star-News, The Daily Breeze (Torrance), Inland Valley Daily Bulletin and Redlands Daily Facts.
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