Tag: California State University

Audit reveals CSU management hired, paid at higher rates

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…]

Student faces ongoing investigation after issuing complaint against CSULB administration

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…]

CSU will not comply with immigration hold requests

Chancellor of the Cal State University system, Timothy White, said in a statement Wednesday that the CSU will not honor immigration hold requests on behalf of law enforcement agencies, despite the issuance of two memoranda by Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly. The two Homeland Security memoranda issued on Feb. 21[Read More…]

CFA sponsors moratorium on tuition increases

The general public was introduced to a tuition-freezing bill known as the Student Protection Act Tuesday morning at Sacramento State University. Written by Assemblywoman Sharon Quirk-Silva of the 65th district and sponsored by the California Faculty Association, Assembly Bill 393 proposes a four-year moratorium on systemwide tuition and student fee[Read More…]

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