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CSU chancellor, CFA talk for first time regarding strike

CSU chancellor, CFA talk for first time regarding strike

Jacob Abbott

April 6, 2016

For the first time since the California Faculty Association announced it would strike for an increase in pay, California State University Chancellor Timothy P. White has sat down at the negotiation table. In an email sent out today by CFA President Jen Eagan, CSU management and the chancellor ...

Student government leaders lobby at state capitol on Advocacy Day

California State University Chancellor Timothy White walks down the halls of the state capitol on Advocacy Day March 2, 2015. Student representatives from all 23 CSU campuses had designated times to meet with different senators to lobby for additional CSU funding and issues pertaining to their campus.

Jonathan Ayestas

March 2, 2015

Representatives from the 23 California State University campuses went to the capitol to lobby and advocate for an increased $97 million for the CSU budget and for campus-specific issues on the third day of the California Higher Education Student Summit. Mike Sharif, office of governmental aff...

Committee begins search for new Sac State President

Jacob Abbott

December 8, 2014

Members of the presidential search committee began the process of selecting a successor to Alexander Gonzalez, convening for the first time in the University Union Ballroom at Sacramento State on Dec. 3. The meeting was an open forum intended for the public to address the committee about the n...

Faculty Association reaches tentative agreement after a year past deadline

Matthew Malone

October 30, 2014

After nearly a year of negotiations and protests, the California Faculty Association and CSU system have announced a tentative contract agreement that would give raises to all CFA-represented employees, as well as targeted raises and workload reductions for some faculty.The two groups announced the ...

CFA reaches 100 days of crumbling negotiations with CSU

Matthew Malone

October 15, 2014

The Sacramento State chapter of the California Faculty Association marked last week the 100th day since its previous contract with the CSU system expired with a table in the Library Quad.The Oct. 8 event was part of a series of marches, pickets and informational booths at l13 of the 23 CSU campuses....

New senate bill would allow Dream Act students to qualify for loans

Ilian Cervantes

April 24, 2014

An estimated 6,400 CSU students unable to receive federal or private loans due to residency status would have the chance to close that gap in financial aid through a California Dream Loan. The Dream Loan Act, drafted by Senator Ricardo Lara, was introduced April 9 and will go through the state ...

Board of Trustees meeting will provide statistics on student success initiatives

Jonathan Ayestas

March 25, 2014

The California State University Board of Trustees will meet this week to discuss budget proposals and provide updates on student success initiative programs intended to help students graduate on time. Last year’s meetings introduced various programs to relieve burdens like bottleneck courses that d...

California Faculty Association continues bargaining for a new contract

Jonathan Ayestas

March 19, 2014

Salary and education issues between California State University and the California Faculty Association are improving for the first time since 2007. While CFA members find working with Chancellor Timothy White to be refreshing, they are still “cautiously optimistic,” according to Sacramento ...

Science department asks for new facilities, planetarium

Police say an attempted robbery took place across from Sequoia Hall on Friday, Oct. 5, 2018.

State Hornet Staff

March 19, 2014

In an effort to increase student safety and classroom space,  Sacramento State plans to replace small and outdated labs with an estimated $86 million science facility, which includes a planetarium.Approval of building the modern structure by California State University Chancellor Timothy White would l...

$50 million student success initiative will address bottleneck courses, graduation rates

Jonathan Ayestas

March 8, 2014

California State University Chancellor Timothy White is planning to commit $50 million to provide services for the 23 campuses that have been neglected or suffered cuts from the past years following the recession to improve graduation rates and retention rates. White said the funding will go tow...

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