Since the suspension of in-person classes and closure of some facilities at Long Beach State due to the COVID-19 pandemic, students have taken to social media to voice concerns about where tuition and enrollment fees are going.
A brief confrontation on the Free Speech Lawn shows how vital discussion can be.
Grab a cup of coffee and get comfortable for your daily commute. Co-hosts James Chow and Hannah Getahun go over this week’s news topics featuring a heavily debated Associated Students Inc. resolution, a new Senate bill that could possibly waive tuition and the slippery hallways at Long Beach State. 0:19:[Read More…]
Waived tuition fees may be on the horizon for California State University students. The catch? Students must promise a percentage of their post-graduation salary to the institution. Assembly Bill 154 has proposed a loan free alternative payment method for students looking to pursue higher education. AB 154 was brought[Read More…]
On the first Beach Weekly of 2019, James Chow talks with Daily 49er reporters about construction updates from university administration to the Long Beach community, the CSU wide tuition freeze and the new Student Success Center. The special guests on today’s podcast are Hannah Getahun, Austin Brumblay and Paula Kiley.[Read More…]
California State University officials announced at the Board of Trustees meeting Tuesday that tuition will not be increased for the 2019-20 academic year.
Officials from the California State University system announced Friday that a tuition increase would not go into effect for the 2018-19 school year. Since November, the CSU Board of Trustees have been discussing a potential tuition hike to compensate for systemwide financial shortfalls from the state budget. Representatives attribute the[Read More…]
The Cal State system received a shock when Governor Jerry Brown released his proposal for the 2018-19 state budget. The biggest news was the decrease in funding from the expected $263 million, to a much smaller $92.1 million. This leaves a $171 million gap in funding that is likely going[Read More…]
The housing department at Cal State Long Beach has launched a campus-wide survey that will include a range of incentives, with free tuition as the grand prize. The survey began on Feb. 1 and will close Feb. 12. Thirteen prizes will be awarded each day. Some of the prizes include[Read More…]