Depending on the Melting Pot

To combat the state’s disinvestment in higher education, UC Berkeley's financial model has shifted to become more dependent on out-of-state and international student tuition.

David Marn, a freshman at UC Berkeley from Slovenia, studies in Doe Library. Efforts to counter shrinking state funding of higher education have led to an increased dependence on out-of-state and international student tuition.
Michael Drummond/Senior Staff
David Marn, a freshman at UC Berkeley from Slovenia, studies in Doe Library. Efforts to counter shrinking state funding of higher education have led to an increased dependence on out-of-state and international student tuition.

To combat the state’s disinvestment in higher education, UC Berkeley’s financial model has shifted to become more dependent on out-of-state and international student tuition.
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NaplitanoKore

Dear UC president: hear student voices

Janet Napolitano, In two days, you will visit UC Berkeley for your first official campus visit since becoming president, completing the final stop of your “listening and learning” tour of the UC system. As the democratically elected student representative for UC Berkeley’s 35,000 students and as co-chair of the Council
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jbrown_FOOTE

Brown says UC on track for a ‘gigantic tuition increase’

UC Regents unlikely to get extra $120 million in state funding, according to governor

Gov. Jerry Brown handed the UC Board of Regents what he called a “reality sandwich” Thursday, saying if the university doesn’t change its long-term approach to financial planning, students will face a massive tuition hike in the near future.
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