Chancellor Joseph I. Castro confirms that the California State University system will not see a tuition increase for the fiscal year, in line with Gov. Gavin Newsom’s budget caveat.
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Students call on CSU to defund university police, urge institutions to invest in mental health counseling services
Students and faculty from across several CSU campuses called for the defunding of university police departments by the Board of Trustees and for more funds to be invested in beneficial services, including mental health counseling as speakers expressed their concerns with the decision-making of the committee throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
Proposed in the 2021-22 fiscal year budget, the California State University Board of Trustees is seeking to reaffirm state funding expenditures for mental health services.
Despite concerns from students following the cancelation of spring recess at other universities, campus officials have confirmed there will be no change to Long Beach State’s break from March 29 to April 2.
Graduating from a school in the University of California system or from the California State University system won’t have a significant impact on future prospects.
Despite instruction being mainly virtual across all 23 campuses, the California State University system has achieved all-time high enrollment for the fall 2020 term as well as record-high graduation rates under its graduation initiative.
Joseph I. Castro, newly appointed chancellor of the California State University, said he has plans to address diversity and implement ethnic studies but foresees no reduction in student fees or funding for campus police.
A first-generation college student and proud member of the Latinx community, Joseph I. Castro will be the California State University’s first chancellor of color to represent the leading four-year university system in the country.
Joseph I. Castro has been named the California State University’s new chancellor after current Chancellor Timothy P. White delayed his initial retirement due to the coronavirus pandemic.
After “careful consideration of a multitude of factors,” all 23 California State University campuses will remain online for the spring semester Chancellor Timothy P. White announced Thursday.