White said he will retire by the end of the 2019-20 academic year. White has led the largest university system in the nation since 2012.
Tag: California State University Board of Trustees
The California State University Board of Trustees is considering requiring high school students to take an additional year of mathematics or science to qualify for admission to a CSU campus.
A much-anticipated tuition hike was revisited by the California State University Board of Trustees during its Tuesday meeting. The $288 increase would mark the second consecutive hike for students in the CSU system, which has received backlash from students and faculty members, along with the group Students for Quality Education,[Read More…]
The California State University Board of Trustees voted on March 22 to increase tuition by 5 percent, but the tuition increase won’t entirely fix the support budget shortfall; the CSU still needs over $90 million of additional funding from the state. While students will be paying more, there is no[Read More…]
For the first time in six years, California State University students will see a tuition increase of 5 percent, or $270 annually, as voted on today by the Board of Trustees during their meeting in downtown Long Beach. It was approved with an 11-8 vote while over 100 CSU faculty,[Read More…]
To chants of “What do we want? Justice! When do we want it? Now!” members of Students for Quality Education marched to Brotman Hall yesterday. The protest was organized to galvanize support against an upcoming Cal State University Board of Trustees vote on raising tuition for CSU students. The vote[Read More…]