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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Napolitano proposes undergraduate tuition freeze for next year at UC Regents meeting

Her other initiatives include improving research productivity, transfer rates and energy efficiency

UC President Janet Napolitano proposed a freeze in undergraduate tuition for the 2014-15 school year in a public address before the UC Board of Regents on Wednesday as part of a larger plan to develop a more sustainable long-term tuition model for the university.
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Flawed from the beginning

CAMPUS ISSUES: The struggle to sell Memorial Stadium seats stems from overly optimistic revenue projections and an ill-conceived project.

The recently renovated Memorial Stadium’s new foundation may stand rock solid, but the same could not be said for the financing plan to cover the project’s roughly $320 million in costs. In spite of Cal Athletics’ and the campus administration’s best efforts to bring the stadium’s finances back onto a
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Budget talks dominate UC Regents meeting’s second day

The second day of the UC Board of Regents’ three-day meeting was dominated by discussions about how proposed strategies to combat the university’s budget shortfall would affect the ethnic diversity of its student body, quality of education and financial affordability for low- and middle-income students.
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UC Regents discuss redirecting return-to-aid funds

Faced with tuition increase, regents explore alternative funding methods

Faced with fiscal cuts dependent on thestate’s budget, which is set to be finalized in mid-June, the UC Board of Regents are seeking solutions to the university’s budget by exploring alternative methods of funding financial aid for UC students. At the May 16 regents’ meeting, at which regents discussed a
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