Update June 2: State Legislature Releases Budget, Adds $200 Million for General Salary Increases and Salary Study Recommendations >> Read more The campaign to #FundOurFuture continues. We've sent more than 10,000 emails as part of May's email blitz to Gov. Gavin Newsom and every single state legislator asking for their support to fund the salary study's recommendations. If you have not done so, send an email right now to ask that the state add $287 million in ongoing funding for salary adjustments and steps progression that have been denied to CSU Support Staff for too long. We have legislative support! State senators and assemblymembers are joining a series of campus #GoodJobs events being scheduled all month long. If you work alongside Student Workers, encourage them to send an email as well. The webform has three pre-written messages; students may choose the email with the subject line: University student workers deserve to have Good Jobs. Our collective and unprecedented efforts, partnering over the past year with the CSU, Teamsters 2010, APC, and other CSU unions, to build a more equitable salary structure for Support Staff is one-third of the way to success. The state Senate's proposed budget proposal includes funding that would lift up stagnant wages at the CSU. Now we need to secure support from the governor and assemblymembers. A recap of what we, together, have achieved: An independent salary study concluding that CSU Support Staff face wage stagnation and lack of growth potential. CSU confirming the findings and raising the red flag that its 'mission is in jeopardy if it is unable to recruit and retain qualified employees' to serve students. The state Senate's top leaders proposing to include additional CSU funding in this year's budget. >> Frequently Asked Questions about the Salary Study . Write the governor and legislators today! View photos and actions from last week's events.