California State University looks to cut enrollment

March 20, 2012
System for the most part will not accept new admissions for Spring 2013

From The San Francisco Chronicle: California State University will accept no new admissions for the spring semester of 2013--with a few exceptions--as part of a drastic cost-cutting strategy to reduce enrollment by about 16,000 students next spring. Another 20,000 to 25,000 qualified students could be barred from attending CSU in the 2013-14 academic year if voters reject a proposed November ballot issue. Failure of the tax measure would trigger an automatic funding cut of $200 million for CSU under a scenario proposed by Gov. Jerry Brown. That loss would come on top of a $750 million budget hit that CSU already took this year.

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