Brown’s May Revise to impact decisions at Wednesday’s Regents meeting

At its meeting Wednesday, the UC Board of Regents will debate another system-wide tuition hike, beginning a longer discussion about reconciling reduced state support over the next year. While the university escaped significantly deeper cuts under Gov. Jerry Brown’s recently published revised budget proposal — informally called the May Revise
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UC students could face new round of fee hikes

Student fees may rise 6 percent unless state funding is increased. Double digit fee increase could come if November tax initiative fails

UC students could see their tuition rise significantly if state funding does not increase and Gov. Jerry Brown’s November tax initiative fails, according to a newly released UC proposal to be discussed at next week’s UC Board of Regents meeting in Sacramento. UC administrators say they would have to raise
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Yudof selects new chancellor for UC San Diego

UC President Mark Yudof has selected current dean of Carnegie Mellon University’s College of Engineering Pradeep K. Khosla to serve as the next chancellor of UC San Diego, he announced Thursday. Khosla comes to UCSD after a tenure at Carnegie Mellon during which he successfully led efforts to double the college’s
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Increasing number of students admitted ‘by exception’

Among the thousands of applicants UC Berkeley receives each year, a handful of students are considered exceptions and are admitted without fulfilling all of the University of California’s admission standards. In order to be eligible for acceptance, students applying to the university must meet specific requirements before graduating high school,
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