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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. ...

Protesters louder than Chancellor White at CSU Board of Trustees meeting

Protesters louder than Chancellor White at CSU Board of Trustees meeting

March 22, 2018

A much-anticipated tuition hike was revisited by the California State University Board of Trustees during its Tuesday meeting. The $288 increase would mark the second consecutive hike for students in the CSU...

Students for Quality Education rally at CSU Board of Trustees meeting to fight tuition hike

Students for Quality Education rally at CSU Board of Trustees meeting to fight tuition hike

March 21, 2018

Over 30 students and faculty congregated around the doors of the California State University Chancellor’s Office in Long Beach Tuesday morning. As the crowd waited for the Board of Trustees meeting to begin, ...

ASI announces election results

ASI announces election results

March 18, 2018

After two weeks of campaigning, Associated Students Inc. announced the results for the 2018 election Thursday. Genesis Jara, a chief government relations officer, won 52 percent of the vote for pre...

CSULB geography professor dies at 51

CSULB geography professor dies at 51

March 14, 2018

It was announced Tuesday in an email to faculty and students of the geography department that Cal State Long Beach professor, Tom Frazier, died last weekend at 51 years old. After teaching at CSULB...

California representatives ask for full state funding for higher education

California representatives ask for full state funding for higher education

March 13, 2018

Before approaching the podium to speak out against high tuition price tags, California representatives donned vintage red and white buttons, nostalgic of a tuition-free era. Bipartisan California ...

CSULB Academic Senate discusses a campuswide plan to develop a new GE program

Lauren Martinez, Staff Writer

March 4, 2018

Filed under Campus, CSU, News, Today

Changes to general education requirements may be on the horizon within the next academic year following a revision order from the California State University system. Members of the Academic Senate gathered Thursday to discuss executive order 1100 administered by CSU Chancellor Timothy White to reevaluate general education policies. Dispersed in August, the order intends to “clarify requirements, ensure equitable opportunities for ...

CSULB brings the music back to commencement

CSULB brings the music back to commencement

February 11, 2018

After receiving backlash from students over the decision to cut live music and move the location of the Cal State Long Beach commencement ceremony, President Jane Close Conoley issued a statement on t...