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CSU confirms no tuition hike for next school year

CSU confirms no tuition hike for next school year

April 20, 2018

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. ...

UPD keep students and faculty safe responding to multiple calls for service

UPD keep students and faculty safe responding to multiple calls for service

Payton Cōplin, Staff Writer

December 3, 2017

Filed under Campus, Crime, Long Beach, News, Today

K-9 sweep - University Police received a call for service regarding a patrol sweep at 10:15 a.m. on Nov. 15. UPD’s K-9 Avery who is trained in explosive device detection, conducted a thorough sweep ...

Tuition increase approved by board of trustees

Tuition increase approved by board of trustees

March 22, 2017

California State University Board of Trustees voted 11-8 for a $270 annual tuition increase which will take effect this fall. Students shouted their protests both inside and outside the doors of Chance...

Board of Trustees approve 5 percent tuition increase

Board of Trustees approve 5 percent tuition increase

March 22, 2017

For the first time in six years, California State University students will see a tuition increase of 5 percent, or $270 annually, as voted on today by the Board of Trustees during their meeting in downtow...

Grant aims to create better “chemistry” between teachers and classrooms

Madison Moore, Contributing Writer

March 4, 2015

Filed under News

California State University, Long Beach intends to reach out to local elementary and high school teachers to provide “out-of-classroom science experiences,” according to a press release from the university. A $200,000 grant awarded to CSULB intends to help the university focus on enhancing the teaching and learning of science, technology, engineering and mathematics through a two-year project. More than 6,000 CSULB...