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Don't Turn Over CSU Spots to Out-of-State Students

As the CSU and UC systems grapple with persistent underfunding, administrators are increasingly using out-of-state students and their high tuition fees to underwrite expenses. But California's students deserve spots in the CSU and UC system over out-of-state students, according to this opinion piece in the March 20 edition of Capitol Weekly.

CSUEU E-NEWS: March 19, 2015

CSUEU E-NEWS: March 19, 2015
The "Fight for $15" campaign resonates for CSUEU members, a new edition of University Employee is available online, and more!

CSUEU E-NEWS: March 6, 2015

CSUEU E-NEWS: March 6, 2015
CSUEU celebrates its 10th anniversary this year, an agreement has been reached on custodial outsourcing at Northridge, first-ever union-led Higher Education Lobby Day calls for full funding, and more!

An Argument in Favor of Strong Public Higher Education Funding

The leaders of the CSU, UC, and community college governing boards co-authored this compelling opinion piece in the March 2 edition of the Sacramento Bee.

Growing Percentage of Voters Back Higher Ed Funding

Growing Percentage of Voters Back Higher Ed Funding
As reported on Feb. 25 in the Sacramento Bee, a new Field Poll reveals that a third of California voters think lawmakers and Gov. Jerry Brown should spend unexpected increases in state revenue on higher education, while less than a third chose transportation, healthcare, and other programs.

CSUEU E-NEWS: February 19, 2015

CSUEU E-NEWS: February 19, 2015
Last Friday, CSUEU raised the issues of bullying, salary inequities, and lack of transparency during a spirited rally and march at CSU Chico...

CSUEU E-NEWS: February 5, 2015

CSUEU E-NEWS: February 5, 2015
CSUEU members made strides in 2014, the deadline to apply for CSEA Foundation scholarships is April 1, and more...

CSUEU Members Made Strides in 2014!

CSUEU members throughout California took action in 2014 to build successful campaigns that gave us a fair contract, improved working conditions, and enhanced job security. We elected lawmakers who respect and support working families. We came together to solve issues that impact our lives and the lives of our families, friends, and colleagues.

CSUEU Leaders Press for Anti-Bullying Policies

CSUEU Leaders Press for Anti-Bullying Policies
Workplace bullying of CSU staff members has reached a boiling point and must be addressed urgently through adoption of strong statewide policies. That was the impassioned message that CSUEU leaders sent to the CSU Board of Trustees during public comments at the Board’s meeting in Long Beach last Wednesday, January 28.

Chancellor White Delivers Annual State of the University Address

Chancellor White Delivers Annual State of the University Address
During his annual State of the University address in Long Beach this morning, CSU Chancellor Timothy White took the opportunity to unveil “Graduation Initiative 2025,” the next phase of an ongoing effort to boost by 100,000 the number of bachelor’s degrees earned.

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Steward Training

If you've been considering becoming a steward, now is the time! CSUEU is conducting steward trainings 
throughout the spring, and sign-ups are taking place now. Read more details.

2014-17 Contract

CSUEU's contract website features a web-friendly version of the 2014-17 CSUEU/CSU contract, as well as a link to download a PDF of the contract. 

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CSUEU 10th Anniversary!

This year, CSUEU celebrates its 10th anniversary! Read a 2005 Sacramento Bee article announcing the formation of the union, and stay tuned for celebrations throughout the year celebrating this milestone.

The Activist

The Activist is a password-protected site for CSUEU's statewide officers, chapter officers, stewards, General Council delegates and staff. If you have an Activist account, you can log in here.

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Lobby Day - April 28 & 29, 2014

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