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Any news pertaining to the CSU system as a whole, not just CSULB. This includes news that affects all of the universities in the CSU system.
California State University faculty and CSU management bargaining agreement negotiations continue to stall as a possible strike looms over the upcoming school year.
Dr. Mildred García has been appointed as the new chancellor after a career of advocacy for affordable college for all students.
After the 14% financial disparity, nearly $1.5 billion, in the 2021-2022 school year, CSU systems fiscal advisors recommend a tuition increase for all students in the 23-campus system starting in fall 2024 needed to protect CSU’s financial future.
California State University Long Beach and other California State Universities have been pushing policies of carbon neutrality to combat climate change.
Construction projects around the CSULB campus have been actively progressing with safety and access in mind for students.
The University Student Union renovations will raise student USU fees once the project is complete.
Students have voiced their feelings against the 2023 graduation plans held at Angel Stadium.
The CSU rapid rehousing program aims to aid homeless students by directly providing subsidized housing.
The CSU Chancellor’s office held an open forum for students, faculty and staff to voice their concerns out to the public.