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Tuition Hike is Dropped After CSU Employees Union Shows Legislators Where the Money Is

Days after members of the CSU Employees Union hit the state Capitol informing the Legislature and Gov. Brown that the CSU held outside accounts holding billions of tax payer dollars, the Chancellor’s Office abruptly reversed course on student tuition.

“California State University has abandoned its plans to raise tuition next year,” read the Sacramento Bee’s headline on Saturday, April 21.

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February 22, 2018

Dear Presidents, CSUEU Represented Employees and Staff:

Our Union kicked off the New Year by ratifying a new contract with three annual 3% salary increases and a one-time $650 bonus for each represented employees. Not a bad start for 2018.  But there is much more to be done, and I am confident that our union's leadership team - working hand-in-hand with our energized membership and talented staff - will be able to tackle and achieve whatever we set our sights on.

My goal is to inform and involve each one of you with an open line of communication to maximize our strengths, so that we can move our Union forward together in solidarity. We are currently working on many projects on behalf of CSUEU members. Here is some of the important work under way.

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