The university system’s ‘radical’ measures could include a 32% tuition hike in addition to a 10% increase taking effect this fall, and turning away 20,000 qualified applicants in a worst-case scenario.
Facing a potential $ 1-billion reduction in state funding for the coming school year, California State University is considering “radical” measures that could include huge tuition hikes and enrollment reductions, officials said Tuesday.
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