San Francisco Chronicle — David Allison, who studies business at Cal State San Bernardino and serves as president of 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.
Read the complete article at “CSU’s good news — no tuition increase.”