SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — California State College’s governing board says it’s going to vote in March whether or not to boost tuition for the primary time in six years at its 23 campuses.
CSU’s Government Vice Chancellor Steve Relyea informed the Board of Trustees Tuesday that the nation’s largest public college system wants to rent extra school and create extra courses to accommodate report excessive enrollment.
Relyea stated that inadequate state funding might depart no choice however elevating tuition, which he referred to as a final resort.
The proposed annual hike would improve the present undergraduate tuition by $270 for the 2017-18 faculty yr. Present tuition is $5,472.
He stated about 60 % of California State College college students, or about 225,000 undergraduates, have their tuition absolutely coated by monetary help and wouldn’t be affected by a rise.
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