Cal Poly received $39 million in gifts last year through 14,000 individual donors. The majority of the donations came from foundations and corporations, which each gave approximately $11 million, while alumni donated $6.5 million. “I’m so overwhelmingly of the belief that this is evidence of how people are believing in our campuses and in our […]
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Everything you need to know about President Armstrong’s raise
An in depth look at the California State University executive raises, including President Jeffery Armstrong’s five figure raise.
President Armstrong’s salary increases more than $12,000 as CSU trustees approve raises for top executives
CSU presidents were given a three percent raise, amounting in more than a $12,000 increase for President Armstrong.
Report proposes eliminating tuition for California higher education system
Advocacy group proposes plan for tuition-free higher education, costing the median-income California family an additional $48 per year.
Armstrong, other CSU presidents receives raises
Presidents at the other 22 CSU campuses will receive raises as well, as will CSU chancellor Timothy White.
Mandatory fee implementation policy passed to students’ favor
The Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) Board of Directors voted that the implementation of student success fees is subject to a binding student vote.
Sullivan looks for support to keep Student Success Fee allocation up to campus, not state
Currently, how the Student Success Fee is used is up to the campus. ASI President Joi Sullivan wants to keep it that way.
CSU Board of Trustees moves Grand Avenue housing project forward
The proposed plan would implement a 1,475-person residence hall specifically for freshmen near the Grand Avenue entrance to the campus.
Parking one complication for new housing proposal
A new structure could be used for general parking, but those general parking spaces could transform into residential or faculty parking later on.
Proposition 30: What you need to know
Sean McMinn firstname.lastname@example.org Cal Poly President Jeffrey Armstrong used just one word in a recent interview with CPTV to describe what it would be like if Proposition 30 is defeated: awful. But even Armstrong, who stands to see his university lose more than $14 million upon the proposition’s defeat, said it is important for students […]
Controversy fills trustee meeting
The California State University (CSU) Board of Trustees wrapped up its May meeting Wednesday by recapping some of its potential cost-cutting strategies to help offset its universities’ budget woes. Chief Financial Officer Benjamin Quillian concluded the two-day meeting by announcing the ideas — including giving additional workload to professors, charging more fees for students and […]