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
The California State University Board of Trustees discussed adding a quantitative reasoning course requirement as a way to better prepare students for the difficulty of attending a CSU out of high school.
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.
The California State University system audited Long Beach State on its cash handling and cashiering practices from July 1, 2016 to Aug. 24, 2018, and found a lack of effectiveness in “operational, administrative, and financial controls.” According to the audit report released on Oct. 5, the locations on campus that[Read More…]
In the wake of a tuition increase and last year’s narrowly avoided faculty strike, the financial priorities of the 23 Cal State schools are being scrutinized after a state audit reported that the school system has been hiring and compensating management personnel at a higher rate than faculty and staff[Read More…]
With just nine weeks before contract renewal with California State University, the CSU Employee Union has recently began the bargaining process of their contract in order to secure and better the rights of employees covered by the union. The CSUEU represents approximately 16,000 employees across all 23 CSU campuses. According[Read More…]
The California State University system has embraced open educational resources in its attempts to make course materials available digitally at a more affordable cost for students. CSU’s recent collaboration with VitalSource will give students’ access to academic and workplace content through the BookShelf app at a lower price than print[Read More…]
Members of Cal State University Long Beach’s Academic Senate advised faculty members to take their work-related messages offline during the AS meeting held last Thursday afternoon. The announcement came early on in a meeting that included a deluge of debate over a gender minority focused committee, news about CSU politicking[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…]
A former Student Life and Development coordinator is being investigated through the University Police Department on grounds of harassment against Vice President for Student Affairs Carmen Taylor, after sending hundreds of emails over a span of time to Cal State University officials, Taylor and universities where Taylor used to work.[Read More…]