CSU’s good news — no tuition increase


San Francisco Chronicle — David Allison, who studies business at Cal State San Bernardino and serves as president San Francisco Chronicleof the California State Student Association, the student government for the California State University’s 23-campus system, is quoted in an article about CSU trustees holding down tuition for students.

CSU students can look forward to no tuition increase next fall — and possibly for the next four years, CSU officials said Tuesday at the trustees’ meeting in Long Beach.

Avoiding a tuition increase next year will depend on whether state lawmakers approve Gov. Jerry Brown’s proposal to raise CSU’s $2 billion allocation by nearly half a billion – $448 million – in 2013-14.

The article was published Jan. 22, 2013.

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