What should be UC Santa Cruz’s top funding priority?

Compiled by Cassandra Cronin and Sal Ingram.

 

Ken Hill, Third-year, Merrill, Chemistry: “Student jobs, student employment opportunities for people of all majors. Open easy lab positions for people that pay or that will help them out with their financial aid.”
Ken Hill, Third-year, Merrill, Chemistry: “Student jobs, student employment opportunities for people of all majors. Open easy lab positions for people that pay or that will help them out with their financial aid.”
Kailey Diebold, Second-year, College Eight, Environmental Studies: “I think that people are here for school and classes, so probably getting the classes up to par, enough room for everyone, and enough teachers and staff … [for] a one on one relationship ... I think it’s all about the education.”
Kailey Diebold, Second-year, College Eight, Environmental Studies: “I think that people are here for school and classes, so probably getting the classes up to par, enough room for everyone, and enough teachers and staff … [for] a one on one relationship ... I think it’s all about the education.”
Ashwathi Sreekumar, First-year, Crown, Tech Management: “Crown renovations. Simply just building a bus stop there.”
Ashwathi Sreekumar, First-year, Crown, Tech Management: “Crown renovations. Simply just building a bus stop there.”
Oden Miller, Fourth-year, Kresge, Environmental Studies: “Sustainability, because UCSC needs to figure out how to continue itself into the future, hopefully without growth [physically growing outward i.e. building more colleges].”
Oden Miller, Fourth-year, Kresge, Environmental Studies: “Sustainability, because UCSC needs to figure out how to continue itself into the future, hopefully without growth [physically growing outward i.e. building more colleges].”