2016/17 Supplemental Documentation

Special Funds

Extended Education

CSU campuses have offered Extended Education (self-support) courses, programs, and services for over a century. Extended Education offers baccalaureate and graduate degree programs, certificates, and many forms of specialized education and training for business, industry, and government. A variety of instructional technologies carry CSU courses to local, regional, national, and international audiences.

The CSU Board of Trustees authorized the Commission on the Extended University (see EO 811) which is charged to facilitate, promote, and encourage appropriate Extended Education programs within the CSU. The office of the State University Dean for Extended Education facilitates communication between the Chancellor's Office and the Commission.

As of June 30, 2015, the Extended Education Program had a fund balance of $245 million.