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CSUEU: Chapter 312, Northridge

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Upcoming Events

  • 04/08 -- Stewards Council -- OV36
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  • 05/12 -- Stewards Council -- OV36
  • 05/26 -- E-Board Meeting -- OV36
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  • 03/18 -- Chapter Meeting -- USU Northridge Center
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Updated 01/07/2015

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2015 Budget

In-Range Progression (IRP)

CSUEU and CSU Reach New Collective Bargaining Agreement


Governor's May Revise Includes $38 Million in New CSU Funding

In a Sacramento press conference this morning, Gov. Brown laid out his May Revise of the 2015-16 budget. In an encouraging move, he has increased his proposed CSU investment.

His new proposal would increase long-term general funding for the CSU by $157.5 million above last year. That is $38 million more than his proposal last January.

"Though falling short of the $97.1 million that the trustees have said they need in order to keep things running smoothly in 2015-16, this $38 million augmentation is nonetheless an important step," said CSUEU President Pat Gantt. "Now we need to work with the legislature to ensure that this amount is at least retained and preferably is increased in the final budget. We must keep advocating on behalf of full CSU funding."

Gov. Brown has additionally included $35 million in one-time funds for energy efficiency, renewable energy and greenhouse gas reduction projects. He has sustained his proposed $25 million in one-time funding for infrastructure maintenance and $25 million in one-time funding for innovation awards.

It bears noting that, unfortunately, Prop. 98 requires a large majority of windfall revenues, which are significant this year, to go to K-14 education. Total state tax revenues are $3 billion above expectations this fiscal year, and in April, receipts for California's General Fund exceeded expectations by more than $1.8 billion.

Late this morning, CSU Chancellor Timothy White distributed the following statement:

"We must continue to impress upon our legislators the importance of keeping sufficient funding for public higher education as a top budget priority. By working with our partners, we hold strong promise of achieving a budget that addresses California's fast-approaching degree drought."

Read a press release about the May Revise from the Governor's Office. Read the May Revise summary (PDF). Discussions of CSU funding can be found on pp. 6 and 26.

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: 05/14/2015
By: Hai-ling Tang

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