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SDSU unveiled a new personalized scholarship portal, set to launch spring 2020.

SDSU unveils new personalized scholarship portal for spring 2020

by Aretha Matsushima, Staff Writer // August 21, 2019

San Diego State’s new scholarship portal, set to launch spring 2020, will allow students to apply and search for scholarships through a single application.  The...

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CSU Chancellor Timothy White said earlier this month that the only refunds students would be getting would be for parking, meal plans and residence halls.

No tuition increase for 2018-19, chancellor says

by Will Fritz, News Editor // April 20, 2018

Tuition levels will remain the same at California State University campuses next year, the chancellor’s office announced today. The CSU Board of Trustees...

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Gov. Jerry Brown discusses a budget proposal in 2012. (Lezlie Sterling/Sacramento Bee/MCT)

CSU mulls another tuition increase

by Bella Ross, Staff Writer // February 21, 2018

The California State University Board of Trustees is considering a tuition increase for the second year in a row, citing a lower-than-expected budget proposal...

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Tuition price hike will make out-of-state students pay the price

by Julie Cappiello, Staff Writer // February 21, 2018

The California State University Board of Trustees postponed its vote on the fall 2018 tuition increase to May due to lack of funding for Gov. Jerry Brown’s...

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Letter: SDSU students should tell Governor to fund CSUs to avoid tuition hike

May 8, 2017

California’s governor and state legislators are making decisions right now that will have a direct impact on what it will cost you to get a college degree. Students...

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CSU Chancellor Timothy White said earlier this month that the only refunds students would be getting would be for parking, meal plans and residence halls.

CSU Board of Trustees votes to increase tuition

by Will Fritz, Senior Staff Writer // March 23, 2017

The California State University Board of Trustees voted Wednesday, March 22 to increase tuition for the first time in six years. Tuition for resident...

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Free tuition proposed in new report

Free tuition proposed in new report

by Adriana Millar, Assistant News Editor // January 24, 2017

The Reclaim California Higher Education Coalition announced a new policy report on Tuesday that mapped out a path to tuition-free higher education in California.  The...

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We pay a lot of money for education, where does it all go?

by Hanna Moon, Contributor // March 23, 2016

In the 21st century, it’s expensive to be a student. Apart from the living expenses that easily reach nearly $20,000 annually in sunny San Diego, the...

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CSU Chancellor Timothy White said earlier this month that the only refunds students would be getting would be for parking, meal plans and residence halls.

CSU Chancellor White hopes his public forum at SDSU spurs ‘in-depth conversations’

by Kelly Hillock, Editor in Chief // March 4, 2016

California State University Chancellor Tim White spoke at San Diego State on Wednesday afternoon, March 2, to participate in a public university forum,...

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The Aztec Recreation Center should be free to use for all students

by Mackenzie Boss, Staff Columnist // February 3, 2016

The Aztec Recreation Center, lovingly known as the ARC, should be free for all San Diego State students, not just those who live in specified residential...

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Student success fees provide $600,000 to some student groups

Student success fees provide $600,000 to some student groups

by Adriana Millar, Senior Staff Writer // November 12, 2015

A total of $718,000 was given to student groups this semester from the student success fee and additional funding from Academic Affairs. A total of...

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Law to require student vote on success fee

Law to require student vote on success fee

by Emely Navarro, Senior Staff Writer // September 30, 2015

The California legislature passed a new bill this month that would require California State University students to vote on student success fees at some...

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