The California State University system officials said Tuesday they would not increase tuition next fall. This comes to light although Governor Jerry Brown's budget leaves them far short of the money needed to increase enrollment. According to the Los Angeles Times, it also leaves them short of paying for other critical operations.
"It's going to improve access but perhaps not by a lot of bodies," Chancellor Timothy P. White White said at a meeting of the Board of Trustees in Long Beach, according to the Times. "The budget stops the hemorrhaging and gives us a chance to take breath."
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