The compensation of $ 400,000 draws fire from critics, who cite deep cuts and rising tuition in the Cal State system. But a study found CSU campus presidents are underpaid compared to their peers.
California State University is proposing to pay the new president of its San Diego campus $ 100,000 more annually than his predecessor, a move that is raising hackles as the university grapples with another round of student tuition hikes amid deep state funding cuts.
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- Second round of tuition hikes likely at UC and Cal State systems
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