CSU readies for more fees and cuts if tax measure fails

     

KESQ Channel 3 (Palm Springs) — Fred Jandt, dean of Cal State San Bernardino’s Palm Desert Campus, and PDC students react to the California State University trustees’ decision to increase tuition if Proposition 30 fails in November.

KESQ_logo“I’ll keep working part-time to pay whatever little I can. I had to pull out loans so it’s scary when I graduate,” said Monique Oganesian, a transfer student.

California State University trustees say they plan to roll back the tuition hike if Prop 30 passes in November.

Read the complete article and see the online video report at “Cal State readies for more fees and cuts if tax measure fails.”

See also “CSU employees update.”