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More than 3,500 denied fall admission

Fresno State will turn down more than 3,000 freshmen and 500 eligible transfer applicants for the fall semester. The excess of students applying to Fresno State has caused the university to use supplementary standards for admissions. While first-time freshmen from ...

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16-unit cap on fall enrollment has students scrambling

Students are feeling the crunch after the CSU Chancellor’s Office announced in March that due to budget cuts, all 23 CSU’s would have to initiate a unit cap on fall enrollment.

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CSU admissions freeze causes high school grads to face uncertain futures

High school students are worried that Fresno State’s projected spring enrollment freeze will affect their chances of getting into the university and staying close to home. “I’m really disappointed,” said Gabriel Gomez, a senior at Bullard High in west Fresno. “I wanted to take a semester off, and apply in the spring. Now, I may not even get in.”

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Fresno State may face a possible $200 million cut

If Governor Brown's tax initiative is not passed by the voters in November, the California State University will face more budget cuts, and that will mean slashing enrollment, laying off employees, reducing classes and the elimination of academic programs.

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Fall 2011 application deadlines

Fresno State will begin accepting applications for the fall 2011 semester from Oct. 1, 2010 through Nov. 30, 2010 for all undergraduate admission categories.

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Fresno State to admit for spring

The CSU system has received funding that will allow for a partial restoration of spring admissions, to add or return course sections to schedules and offer longer operating hours in campus services.

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Fresno State receives record applications for fall 2010

California State University, Fresno received a record 14,478 applications for fall 2010 admission with a flurry of submissions on the Nov. 30 deadline.

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California’s master plan deferred

With alarming regularity this summer, we were reminded how far California has retreated into the trenches of debt. With every bill passed and budget cut, we witnessed firsthand the biggest fiscal meltdown since the Great Depression.

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No vacancy?

Due to the state’s continuing budget crisis, Fresno State is no longer accepting freshman applications for the fall 2009 semester.

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Increase in grad- school interest

Between 2006 and 2007, the Craig School of Business at Fresno State saw a 25 percent increase in the number of graduate students enrolled, more than any other department.

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