CSU Leader
News and Information for California State University Leaders
Vol. 11, No. 21, November 8, 2012

Passage of Prop 30 Brings Tuition Roll Back

With the passage of Proposition 30, the CSU avoided a $250 million mid-year budget cut and will start the process of rescinding the $249 per semester tuition fee increase already in place. CSU's budget will essentially remain flat for the remainder of this fiscal year, but state funding is still approximately $1 billion less than several years ago. More.

CSU ROTC Training Future Leaders

CSU ROTC Training Future Leaders

Along with programs such as Troops to College and the CSU Veterans Admissions Program that help veterans gain an education, CSU campuses offer interested students the opportunity to become future officers in the U.S. Armed Forces through the Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC). Various CSUs offer ROTC for the Air Force, Army and Navy right on campus or students may participate in an ROTC program offered as a cooperative effort with a neighboring institution. Additionally, Cal Maritime offers a Coast Guard officer training program. More.

Forming a New Generation of Civil Servants

Forming a New Generation of Civil ServantsCivil servants are the foundation behind proposed legislative bills, passed laws and political campaigns. Their dedication to serving the needs of the public is at the heart of federal, state and local governments. CSU’s public administration programs provide endless opportunities for students to pair that dedication with a comprehensive education in public policy. More.

CSU Voices and Views blog

Travis Fugate sits on a bench accompanied by his black Labrador service dog, Mr. Fess.
Featured Post:
Training for Life

After a roadside bomb claimed his sight and caused brain damage, Travis Fugate turned to CSU Monterey Bay to help gain and maintain momentum in his new life.

 
In the news

Veterans Education Program to Launch at Fresno State

November 9 marks the launch of a new Veterans Education Program that will help returning veterans with educational, vocational and workforce development opportunities. More.

Sac State's Capital Fellows Programs Again in Nation's Top 10

For the third year running, the Capital Fellows Programs at Sacramento State have been named among the nation's top 10 internship programs by Vault.com. More.

CSUF Dedicates New Student Veterans Center

Cal State Fullerton opens a new student veterans center, equipped with computers and an office area where student veterans can study, get tutoring and hold meetings. More.

CSUSB University Police Leads Police Explorer Program

Cal State San Bernardino’s University Police department will give high school students interested in a college education as well as a career in law enforcement an opportunity to gain police training and college insight. More.

Airman and CSU Stanislaus Alum Finds Grand Stage at World Series

Dan Olivas, a CSU Stanislaus alum and member of the Air National Guard, sang “God Bless America” acapella to 40,000 fans during the seventh-inning stretch of the San Francisco Giants' victory over the Detroit Tigers. More.

     
   

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