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Debra Larson explains the budget shortcomings of the university bluntly, Monday at the final University Budget Committee meeting Photo credit: Josh Cozine

Final University Budget Committee meeting of semester expects cuts

Josh Cozine // May 15, 2018

Speaking bluntly to administrators and deans of the colleges present, Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs Debra Larson addressed making up around $2,500,000 in the budget Monday. The discussion...

Debra Larson explains that ISD is being defunded but rather the university is having conversations about how to restructure funds for the program. She made it clear that elimating ISD wasnt going to happen. Photo credit: Alex Grant

Administrators questioned about future of Institute for Sustainable Development

Josh Cozine // May 12, 2018

Next semester’s student leaders were already hard at work Friday, checking in on an Academic Senate meeting.The final Academic Senate meeting for the semester had deans from all colleges of the university...

IRA Fee Breakdown by Program Photo credit: Daniel Wright

Students spend $200 to fund sports annually

Daniel Wright // May 11, 2017

Chico State students pay 196 dollars annually for the sports program, in instructional-related activities fees. Every student who attends Chico State pays 280 dollars every year in Instructionally Related...

Chico State students protest the proposed tuition increase in front of Kendall Hall on Feb. 1. Photo credit: Carlos Islas

Students and university face tuition increase and budget problems

Molly Sullivan // March 22, 2017

Student wallets will be $270 lighter next year. The CSU Board of Trustees voted to approve a 5 percent tuition increase for 23 campuses at its March 22 meeting in Long Beach, Calif. Despite opposition...

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