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Chancellor Timothy P. White, UC President Janet Napolitano and California Community Colleges Chancellor Bryce Harris will join CSU alumni, students, faculty and staff as they testify about the value of a college education and advocate for improved funding at today’s Assembly Subcommittee Budget Hearing in Sacramento

Chancellor Timothy P. White, UC President Janet Napolitano and California Community Colleges Chancellor Bryce Harris  will join CSU alumni, students, faculty and staff as they testify about the value of a college education and advocate for improved funding at today’s Assembly Subcommittee Budget Hearing in Sacramento. The system heads and speakers will emphasize the benefits graduates bring to local communities, the state and the nation. The CSU is advocating for an additional $97 million in its budget to better serve students as lawmakers begin to evaluate funding proposals for the coming fiscal year.

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