The regents discussed alternative financial strategies in their end-of-summer meeting.
Every California student has felt the economic squeeze of increased tuition prices which may continue to rise. With the new bill AB 970, that squeeze may continue, but now students can see it coming.
Each UC campus require different needs in different areas. The uniform university policies put forth by the Regents fail to address such needs in an effective manner. Policy reforms must be implemented in order for each campus to succeed, and this cannot be possible unless individual UC campuses are given greater autonomy.
Student regents came to UCSC to discuss upcoming protests and rallies, as well as answer questions about their position in a meet and greet at the University Center last Friday, Feb. 17.
Rescheduled regents meetings disrupted temporarily as protesters occupied the meeting spaces at the four campuses where they were being conducted.
As the UC system struggles with state funding, it becomes increasingly clear that the assistance of the private sector in supporting the UC system may become more important than it has ever been. A look at private investment in the UC system, and hopes for the future.
UC Board of Regents meeting in San Francisco leaves some confused and some nervous about the UC’s financial path forward. A regent suggests seeking corporations for funding.
The UC Board of Regents meeting on March 16 covered the recent $500 million cut by Governor Jerry Brown’s proposed budget. This budget could lead to more cuts in state funding, particularly since the tax extensions Brown has proposed won’t make it onto the ballot for the June election at this juncture.
The UC Board of Regents convened on Wednesday, March 16 to discuss how the University of California will address another half-billion dollar drop in state funding from Governor Brown’s proposed budget.
Student regent-designate Alfredo Mireles Jr. stopped by UC Santa Cruz on Tuesday, where he met with students to talk about his experiences as a student regent and encourage interested students to apply. No UCSC student has taken up the post since it was created in 1975.