The revision provides updates of the revenues, expenditures and reserve estimates based on the latest economic changes.
Newsom’s budget proposal increases CSU funding, tuition will likely remain same
“It’s refreshing and exciting to see that Governor Newsom has dedicated much-needed funds to the community college, UC, and CSU systems – funds that will go towards further improving resources and accessibility for our students as they move towards obtaining their degrees,” ASI President Jasmin Fashami wrote to Mustang News.
Face-off over budget may leave Cal Poly with limited funds
Cal Poly faces a budget crisis. Inflation is rising, and the entire California State University System needs more money to combat it. It may not be coming, and the campus may have to cut costs, either in the number of classes offered or in services and grants administration provides. May 11, Governor Brown unveiled his […]
CSU will not increase tuition in 2018
Instead, Chancellor White wants to fund the priorities of the 23 CSUs.
Cal Poly students protest potential CSU tuition hikes
The CSU will vote on the tuition hike on March 22.
Club sports loses almost half of its funding
Cal Poly Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) allocated $70,000 to club sports for the 2015-16 school year, which is approximately $50,000 less than the $120,787 budget club sports received the previous year. Coordinator of Student Clubs and Organizations Everette Brooks acknowledged the need for more money but said he didn’t see it affecting the success of […]
The 7 most important parts of Cal Poly’s fall campus update
Increased funds allocated to the faculty and staff compensation equity program, an active approach to campus climate and more.
President Armstrong presents expansive vision for coming academic year
Cal Poly President Jeffrey Armstrong outlined his vision for the next academic year at Fall Conference this Monday, detailing plans that would increase Cal Poly’s recognition as a nationally competitive university.
Breaking down the Student Success Fee budget
The final increase to the Student Success Fee will occur in Fall 2014, and the Student Success Fee Allocation Advisory Committee has decided how those funds will be spent.
New high point reached in Student Success Fee spending
The final increase to the Student Success Fee will occur in fall 2014, and the Student Success Fee Allocation Advisory Committee has decided how those funds will be spent.
Save yourself some cents this year
Money doesn’t grow on trees. This expression is perhaps more relevant to us as college students than it was in our youth when the mantra was impressed upon our nascent psyches.