BLOG: Student lawsuit against CSU

Requiring the CSU to reverse the fee increase would cause Cal Poly to reduce its operating budget by $18 million instead of $10 million.

Busy summer no breaks for Griggs

Cal Poly ASI President Kelly Griggs spent the summer dealing with a variety of influential issues affecting students, one of the most important being fee increases.

Record applicants to CSU

More than 25,500 prospective students applied to California State University (CSU) for fall 2010 on Thursday. That is more than double the number who applied in the first 24 hours for the current fall quarter.

Chancellor’s office gives ultimatum

Cal Poly administrators were informed that the California State University Chancellor’s Office gave an ultimatum regarding the College Based Fees (CBF) yesterday morning.

Fee increases cause lawsuit for CSU

Two California State University (CSU) students filed a lawsuit last week against CSU to prevent the 20 percent fee increase that the CSU board of trustees approved on July 21.

Children and drunks: Main users of emergency phones

Cal Poly University Chief of Police William Watton cannot remember a time when a Code Blue emergency phone prevented an emergency on campus.

Faculty votes to cut its own wages by 10 percent

The California State University (CSU) and the California Faculty Association (CFA) finalized agreements Wednesday on two-day per month faculty furloughs.

CSU taking steps to improve college graduation rates and attendance

California’s work force lack about 1 million college graduates by 2025. The CSU has implemented programs to try to cut this number in half over the next 10 years.