State Budget Puts UCs in ‘Strong Financial Position’

The state budget passed last week puts the University of California “in a strong financial position [with] predictable and stable support for the next four years,” according to a written statement from UC President Janet Napolitano. Starting in the fall of next year, the UC hopes to add upward of 10,000 new California undergraduates and graduates over four years, a goal backed by the budget’s inclusion of $25 million for resident enrollment growth.

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