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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 21, 2023

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UC Student Association president Caroline Siegel-Singh raised three primary issues with the UC system during public comment: the lack of transparency about financial aid, the lack of support for basic needs and inadequate financial aid that does not take into account factors including food and housing.
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UC Student Association president Caroline Siegel-Singh raised three primary issues with the UC system during public comment: the lack of transparency about financial aid, the lack of support for basic needs and inadequate financial aid that does not take into account factors including food and housing.
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At its morning meeting, the board approved the university’s revised 2018-19 budget plan, which indicates increases in state funding, maintains the student service fee at its current rate and reduces tuition by $60.
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At its morning meeting, the board approved the university’s revised 2018-19 budget plan, which indicates increases in state funding, maintains the student service fee at its current rate and reduces tuition by $60.
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The UC Board of Regents took a “deep dive” into both the UC Office of the President, or UCOP, budget for fiscal year 2018–19 and undergraduate financial aid on Thursday, the final day of the regents meeting.
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The UC Board of Regents took a “deep dive” into both the UC Office of the President, or UCOP, budget for fiscal year 2018–19 and undergraduate financial aid on Thursday, the final day of the regents meeting.
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The UC Board of Regents voted to postpone the highly anticipated vote on tuition hikes amid disagreement and pushback during its board meeting Wednesday, leaving the financial fate of students entering the UC system uncertain.
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The UC Board of Regents voted to postpone the highly anticipated vote on tuition hikes amid disagreement and pushback during its board meeting Wednesday, leaving the financial fate of students entering the UC system uncertain.
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The UC Board of Regents convened Wednesday at UCSF Mission Bay to discuss potential tuition increases and approved a three-year financial sustainability plan for the university.
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The UC Board of Regents convened Wednesday at UCSF Mission Bay to discuss potential tuition increases and approved a three-year financial sustainability plan for the university.
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At its Wednesday meeting, the UC Board of Regents voted to approve new revisions to its bylaws that would make significant changes to board meeting procedures and restructure standing committees.
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At its Wednesday meeting, the UC Board of Regents voted to approve new revisions to its bylaws that would make significant changes to board meeting procedures and restructure standing committees.
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The UC Regents approved increases in undergraduate nonresident supplemental tuition of up to 8 percent per year for the next five years and endorsed a funding and tuition agreement at their meeting Thursday, despite some concerns from regents and students.
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The UC Regents approved increases in undergraduate nonresident supplemental tuition of up to 8 percent per year for the next five years and endorsed a funding and tuition agreement at their meeting Thursday, despite some concerns from regents and students.
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A committee of the UC Board of Regents unanimously voted during its meeting at UCSF Wednesday to establish an advisory committee, which will examine ways to reduce the university's cost structure.
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A committee of the UC Board of Regents unanimously voted during its meeting at UCSF Wednesday to establish an advisory committee, which will examine ways to reduce the university's cost structure.
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SAN FRANCISCO — The UC Board of Regents launched a fundraising effort at their Wednesday meeting aimed at turning students and community members into cash cows for the university.
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SAN FRANCISCO — The UC Board of Regents launched a fundraising effort at their Wednesday meeting aimed at turning students and community members into cash cows for the university.
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The UC Board of Regents will convene on Tuesday for its first meeting of the school year to discuss fundraising and the university’s 2014-2015 budget, among other issues.
The UC Board of Regents will convene on Tuesday for its first meeting of the school year to discuss fundraising and the university’s 2014-2015 budget, among other issues.