Oppose Increase in Student Fees

Fall
1994
Resolution Number: 
20.03
Contact: 
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Category: 
Students
Status: 
Assigned

Whereas only one in five students entering California community colleges, though eligible, receive financial aid and often do not have the funds to pay the myriad of sometimes uncounted costs associated with education such as parking, health, materials and other fees (catalogs, schedules, etc.), child care and transportation, and


Whereas California State University and University of California systems have over the last 3 years raised student fees by over 65 percent despite the State's policy that increases be gradual, moderate and predictable,


Resolved that the Academic Senate of California Community Colleges reaffirm its position of no student fees, and


Resolved that the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges urge the Legislature to abolish all student fees.
M/S/C Disposition: Board of Governors, Chancellor's Office. Executive Committee, Governor, Legislature, CPEC. FACCC. Ca1SACC