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CSUEU: Chapter 312, Northridge

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  • 03/22/17 -- USU Northridge Center
  • 06/14/17 -- USU Northridge Center
  • 09/20/17 -- USU Northridge Center
  • 12/06/17 -- USU Northridge Center

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CSUEU Prepares For Full Contract Bargaining

With the current contract expiring on June 30, CSUEU and CSU are gearing up for negotiations for the next agreement.

Next week, the two parties plan to trade initial proposals, an exchange known as the sunshine process. Largely a legal requirement, "sunshining" is the first step in negotiations and is required before the parties meet face to face across the bargaining table.

Bargaining teams from both sides will arrange meeting dates and locations over the next few weeks.
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  • Gov. Brown Proposes Only Partial CSU Funding

    In the 2017-18 budget that he unveiled in a press conference yesterday, January 10, Gov. Brown proposed $167 million less than the $324 million in state funds that the CSU trustees have said they need in order for the system to operate at full capacity.

    Brown proposed $157 million in CSU funding over the base budget, according to the just-released budget summary. Though that does represent an increase, it still falls far short of the trustees' budget request.

    "Many problems will inevitably come with state funding that falls so far below the real need," said CSUEU President Pat Gantt. "The difference will fall on the backs of students and their families in the form of higher tuition and fees. And let's not forget that the CSU's ability to offer wage increases to its workforce is tied to state funding."

    From now through May, state budget committees will hold dozens of hearings to review the governor's proposals. Gov. Brown will release his May Revision by May 14, after which each house of the legislature will finalize its version of the budget. June 15 is the constitutional deadline for lawmakers to pass the budget bill.

    "In tandem with all members of the CSU community," says Gantt, "we are committed to working with the legislature to augment CSU funding in the final version of the budget bill."

    Read a January 10 Edsource.org article detailing potential impacts of the budget on the Middle Class Scholarship grant program.



    View a chart detailing the annual state budget development process (PDF). Look in the lower right corner to find January.


    View a gallery of 60 photos of the event (click on each thumbnail to the see the entire photo). Learn more about the "Take a Stand!" campaign.


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    Last Updated: 01/12/2017
    By: Hai-ling Tang

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