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Success Fees Limit Opportunities for Low Income Students

AMBER LI Staff Writer Since 2014, all California State Universities (CSUs) charge students annual fees, called student success fees, to fund classes, faculty, college programs and more. The fees were enacted as a solution to state budget cuts and as a way to avoid tuition increases. Yet, student success fees …

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AHS EAP 2014 Scores Indicate Lack of College Readiness

CAROLINE REN Editor in Chief DENISE TIEU News Editor Near the end of the school year, students from second grade to eleventh grade are required to take the California Standards Test (CST). In regards to the CST administered for juniors, the standardized test includes the Early Assessment Program (EAP), an …

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Cal States Consider Transfer-Only System

JOSEPH NEY-JUN Staff Writer According to the Los Angeles Times, the California State University (CSU) system could be expecting a large number of students transferring into their schools, more than their funding can handle in the next few years. The number of potential transfers resulted in the CSUs considering a …

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CSU to Impose ‘Success Fees’

CINDY LUO REBECCA ZENG Staff Writers Besides regular annual tuition and other campus-based enrollment fees, thousands of undergraduate California State University (CSU) students are facing an extra charge for higher education in the form of student “success fees.” According to the Southern California Public Radio (SCPR), since 2011, CSUs have …

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