Governor's CSU proposal provides much-needed funding

Brown’s proposal must be approved by the California State Legislature, which is unlikely to trim the amount but could add more.

Governor's proposal would increase CSU funding

The CSU was repeatedly forced to raise tuition throughout the recession, but Proposition 30’s passing last year gave state colleges a financial boost.

State budget could put more strain on CSU

The worst-case fiscal scenario for the California State University (CSU) became even worse Monday when Governor Jerry Brown released his May budget revision. The governor opened up the possibility of a $250 million cut to the CSU next year —…

MCC holds DREAM Act discussion

The MultiCultural Center (MCC) held an open forum yesterday morning in the Julian A. McPhee University Union to promote discussion on the California Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors (DREAM) Act. Governor Jerry Brown signed the act, which allows…

Budget cuts could mean less money for Cal Poly

A state budget that would cut an additional $150 million from the California State University system (CSU), on top of the previously expected $500 million in cuts was vetoed June 15 by Governor Jerry Brown.

Complacency not the answer to budget cuts

Leticia Rodriguez is a journalism senior and Mustang Daily editor-in-chief.

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