Gov. Jerry Brown’s revisions to the 2013-14 budget keeps intact the proposed reinvestment of $125 million into the CSU system, President Michael Ortiz said in his weekly video update.
Gov. Brown’s proposed reinvestment in the CSU of $125.1 million in new funding and $125 million reinstated from last year’s budget cut remained intact in his May Revision of the 2013-14 state budget released yesterday.
CSU Chancellor Timothy P. White’s first visit to Cal Poly Pomona this week was packed with meetings, presentations and meet-and-greets, but he often went out of his way to engage with people informally and on their turf.
UPDATE: The open forum also will be streamed live and on-demand at http://video.cpp.edu/Chancellor.
Gov. Brown’s budget includes an additional $125.1 million for the CSU, $10 million of which is earmarked for technology to address “bottleneck” courses.
The California State University Board of Trustees approved a policy change in January that establishes a maximum of 180 quarter units needed to obtain a bachelor’s degree for most programs throughout the CSU system.
Twenty-five representatives from eight CSU campuses—including Cal Poly Pomona— along with executives from Visit California, the California Restaurant Association and California Hotel & Lodging Association met with state legislators and members of the governor's office to demonstrate the connection between…