EdSource.org — California’s public universities can no longer accommodate the increasing number of college-ready students because the state has failed to invest the needed resources in higher education, according to a report released Monday, Nov. 30.
The report, “Access Denied: Rising Selectivity at California’s Public Universities,” found that the University of California and California State University systems are now too small to serve the state’s growing population, forcing campuses to turn away a large number of eligible applicants.
Cal State San Bernardino is part of the 23-campus CSU system.
The article was published Nov. 30, 2015.
Read the complete article at “Report: California’s failure to invest in public universities has hurt access.”
A related article was published on Nov. 29, 2015, by the Los Angeles News Group newspapers, which includes The Sun and Inland Valley Daily Bulletin, at “Report: California’s public universities in high demand, but have little room.”
The Sacramento Bee also published a related article, “Are California public universities harder to get into now?” on Nov. 29, 2015.