Students at Cal Poly Pomona will soon be able to take fully online courses at offered at other CSU campuses and receive credit. This fall, CPP students can access three additional courses offered at CSU Bakersfield and CSU East Bay…
The new state budget, which Gov. Jerry Brown signed last week, provides a reinvestment in the CSU of $125.1 million in new funding and $125 million reinstated from last year’s budget cut. That translates to an increase of about $13…
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.