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CSUEU: Chapter 312, Northridge

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Upcoming Events

  • 01/14 -- Stewards Council -- OV36
  • 01/15 -- BU7 Meeting -- Off campus
  • 01/28 -- E-Board Meeting -- OV36
  • 02/11 -- Stewards Council -- OV36
  • 02/25 -- E-Board Meeting -- OV36
  • 03/11 -- Stewards Council -- OV36
  • 03/25 -- E-Board Meeting -- OV36
  • 03/18 -- Chapter Meeting -- USU Northridge Center
  • 06/17 -- Chapter Meeting -- USU Northridge Center
  • 09/08 -- Chapter Meeting -- USU Northridge Center
  • 12/08 -- 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


CSUEU Leaders Press for Anti-Bullying Policies

CSU Employees Union Urges Stronger CSU Funding

January 9, 2015 in State Budget
Pat Gantt Speaks Out about Gov. Brown's Proposed State Budget

The following statement may be attributed to Pat Gantt, president of the California State University Employees Union:

Gov. Brown is to be commended for his plan to continue increasing funding to the CSU system in recognition of the need for greater investment after years of severe cut.

However, the amount he has proposed for fiscal 2015-16--$119.5 million, plus $25 million in one-time money to help with degree completion efforts--falls some $97 million short of the amount that the CSU Board of Trustees has stated it needs from the state in order to operate at full capacity.

This type of shortfall has been the case year after year, despite th governors current four-year plan to gradually increase CSU funding. That plan simpldon't go far enough. We need a bolder commitment and more dollars in order to rebuild the CSU system after so many years of neglect. Only then can the system provide the well-educated workforce that California must have in order to thrive in decades to come.

How can we forget that the legislature approved a $50 million augmentation to the CSU budget last year for deferred maintenance, only to have it vetoed by the governor.

We urge both houses of the legislature to work even more closely with Gov. Brown this year to provide additional CSU funding beyond the proposed $119.5 million so that current and future students will have the access t higher education promised in the California Master Plan for Higher Education.

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: 03/06/2015
By: Hai-ling Tang

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