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University enrollment soars to new heights

Fresno State had a record-high enrollment for fall 2015, creating a challenge for future and current students. Enrollment figures went up 998 from last year’s 23,138 to 24,136 this year. “This is the largest first-time freshmen class that we’ve admitted ...

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Safety is everyone’s responsibility

This semester, there have been reports of scams on campus, a shooting just off campus and an incident in which a student cut his hand while grabbing for a knife he was being threatened with in the Palazzo Apartments at ...

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Student Cupboard debuts new location with open house

The Fresno State Student Cupboard will have an open house for its new location on Friday, Sept. 4 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. The new location of the Student Cupboard, previously at the old Farm Market, is in the ...

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Castro: Looking forward to my third year

Q: You are starting your third year as Fresno State’s president. What are you looking forward to this year and how do you plan to, as you say it, be bolder? A: I am very excited about starting my third ...

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Fall Assembly: ‘transitional year’ lies ahead

Fresno State President Joseph Castro announced proposed salary-equity adjustments, strategies that tackle student hunger and renovation plans for the Concert Hall during Monday’s annual faculty and staff Fall Assembly. Castro welcomed back staff, including 44 new faculty members, into Fresno ...

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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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Oliaro reflects on career and future

Dr. Paul Oliaro, vice president of student affairs, announced his retirement in September after a 42-year career in the student affairs profession at four colleges, including the last 11 years at Fresno State. In an extensive interview with The Collegian, ...

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Castro announces enrollment increase

President Joseph Castro announced today that the California State University system has granted Fresno State 400 new enrollment positions for incoming students in fall 2014.

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CSU Chancellor White fields questions from student media

During a teleconference with CSU student media, Chancellor Timothy P. White addressed multiple issues concerning campuses across the system.

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Provost forum offers outlook on academic year

Andrew Hoff, the interim provost and interim vice president for Academic Affairs, said Thursday at the Provost Forum that this academic year is a “pivotal” one for Fresno State.

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Together, let’s lead Fresno State to new heights

It’s a great time to be Bulldogs! Like many of you, I am excited for a new school year on the Fresno State campus, and I am humbled and honored to be your new president.

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Enrollment trends up, VP says

This year’s enrollment and the large number of international students breaks the negative trend budget cuts inflicted on Fresno State in previous years, administrators said.

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State budget will determine unit limit next semester

If the budget passed by legislators in late June does not include more money for universities, the 16-unit limit, usually lifted when open registration begins, may become permanent. How will students respond? You can view the full article on the ...

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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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ASI president clears up common misconceptions about the CSU and state budget

In Monday’s issue, students received the first installment of a three-part series on budgets and fees. This series is a collaborative effort between ASI and The Collegian. It is our hope that this series will help students become more informed about the budgets and fees that affect their student experiences.

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Living within our means

I have four dollars in my wallet, just one dollar short of getting tofu at Panda Express. While this is a frustrating situation (because I am quite hungry as I’m writing this), I realize that I spent most of my money on Saturday when I was out with friends. And while I was spending this money, I knew that I might be a little hungry on Tuesday afternoon when I’m writing my next column. C’est la vie.

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President Welty addresses budget

In the annual Spring Assembly address President Welty explains the changes due to Governor Brown's proposed budget cuts.

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Tuition increase information

The California State University Board of Trustees approved a mid-year increase of five percent – or $105 - for 2010-11 that will go into effect Jan. 1, 2011. In addition, the Trustees adopted a 10 percent - or $444 - annual increase for the 2011-12 academic year that would become effective for fall 2011.

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