On July 23 and 24, ASI President Aaron Castaneda will address several CSU Board of Trustees committees in regards to a proposed CSU application fee increase and 4th year math requirement, the CSU surplus disclosure, campus parking, and executive compensation. The details are as follows:
- Committee on Finance: Admission Application Fee Proposal and Title 5 Revision
- Committee on Educational Policy: Expanding Opportunity through Preparation in Quantitative Reasoning
- Committee on Audit: Status of California State Auditor Report 2018-127 Regarding Financial Accounts Invested Outside the State Treasury and Campus Parking Programs
- Committee on University and Faculty Personnel: Compensation for Executives
- ASI President's Official Statement Regarding Report 2018-127
- ASI President's Letter in Opposition to the 4th Year Math Requirement
For a full agenda of the CSU Board of Trustees meeting, please visit: https://www2.calstate.edu/csu-system/board-of-trustees
Addressing the Board of Trustees
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follow the rules established.
Note: Anyone wishing to address the Board of Trustees, who needs any special accommodation, should contact the Trustee Secretariat at least 48 hours in advance of the meeting so appropriate arrangements can be made.
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*The Board of Trustees is a public body, and members of the public have a right to attend and participate in its meetings. This schedule of meetings is established as a best approximation of how long each scheduled meeting will take to complete its business. Each meeting will be taken in sequence, except in unusual circumstances. Depending on the length of the discussions, which are not possible to predict with precision in advance, the scheduled meeting times indicated may vary widely. For two-day meetings, items scheduled for one day may be heard either the day before or the day after depending upon the time spent on each matter. The public is advised to take this uncertainty into account in planning to attend any meeting.
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