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Tuition rate won’t change for the 2018-19 school year, CSU chancellor says

California State University (CSU) tuition will neither increase or decrease for the 2018-2019 school year, according a news release by Fresno State President Dr. Joseph Castro. CSU Chancellor Timothy White said the decision to leave tuition unchanged for the upcoming ...

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Why do I love saving money?

I love saving money. I’m not perfect. At times I buy things I don’t need. However, more often than not – I get an odd enjoyment out of not spending money. I love flipping through bills or seeing how much ...

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What you should know about spending money – including these holidays

Some students will spend the money they earn, others will save it – some have managed to do both. Associate professor and chair of the department of economics at Fresno State, Dr. David Vera, has tips for those who have ...

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The root of all evil?

How many times have you heard someone exclaim that money — or our love for the green beast — is the root of all evil? Today, I am a believer.

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CSU passes tuition hikes

Yesterday, the CSU Board of Trustees Committee on Finance approved a two-step increase in tuition for the upcoming spring and fall semesters.

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New websites help students manage finances

It's the day before your car payment is due. Several other bill stubs and envelopes are scattered across your bedroom floor. Your heart starts to beat fast as you read your bank statement. Account balance: $10.87.

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Balancing act

As tuition continues to rise and the state budget gets cut, students are having a harder time finding money for the things they need.

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Budget crisis

The Collegian Online asks students if they are worried about the state budget crisis and how it is affecting Fresno State.

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Dollars and sense

STANDING IN THE fall semester textbook buyback line only a few weeks ago brought about an all too familiar sensation for me. Some might refer to this sensation as deja vu. While attempting to understand my confused familiarity, I naturally ...

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Show me the money

Fresno State wide receiver Jason Crawley and his teammates hold up the Humanitarian Bowl trophy after defeating Georgia Tech. The university received a payout of $478,000 for participating in the bowl game.
The rewards don’t seem to stop coming for Fresno State.

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