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E-portfolios to bring new practices to classroom

Fresno State took a major step Monday toward the implementation of a campuswide e-portfolio program that aims to provide students with a way to showcase school work to other students, professors and even prospective employers. The program is part of ...

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Castro announces Zelezny as new provost

Dr. Lynnette Zelezny, currently Fresno State’s associate provost, will be the university’s new provost and vice president of academic affairs effective June 1, university President Joseph Castro announced Monday.

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Where does your money go?

Paying for College is getting more and more expensive for students.  With tuition and fee increases, the cost of textbooks and other class materials, campuses have to find ways to keep college affordable while still providing a quality education.

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Provost calls for faculty and staff support on governor’s initiative

Cuts to Fresno State’s impending budget could stop in November if Gov. Jerry Brown’s tax initiative is passed, Provost William Covino discussed in a forum Wednesday.

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Fresno State student athletics fees 3rd lowest in WAC

Fresno State is the only school in the Western Athletic Conference to charge students for football games, and some students think they’re getting a bad deal.

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Services paid for by student fees

Even with tuition and fee increases, college education comes with some helpful services for students.

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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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Student fees to go up 10 percent

Fresno State is being forced to make new plans in adjusting to the country’s economic crisis.

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As deadline approaches, few ASI applications have been submitted for ’09-’10

In the wake of a tumultuous year, Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) is struggling to fill its 19 vacant positions for the 2009-10 school year.

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Around the room

On Tuesday, the Campus Fee Advisory Committee made their recommendation to President John D. Welty: a $52 increase, with $20 going toward the IRA fee and $32 going toward athletics, down from the original $70 increase the student body voted on several weeks ago.

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Fee committee recommends $52 increase

Students lined up as much as three or four deep to express their opinions to the Campus Fee Advisory Committee about the possible $70 increase to student fees during an hour-long open forum discussion Wednesday.

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Closed fee meeting now open to students

Students will have another chance to speak their mind about the possible Instructionally Related Activities (IRA) fee increase today, from 4 – 5 p.m. in the University Student Union rooms 312 – 314

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Students question closed IRA fee meeting

During a time when normally only one or two students speak up, six stood up during the Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) meeting this Thursday to air their concerns over the $70 Instructionally Related Activity (IRA) Fee increase, which could still happen despite 65 percent of students voting against it last week.

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ASI lobbies D.C.

Because of looming budget cuts, members from Associated Students, Inc. went to Washington, D.C. during spring break to begin talks with Congress in hopes of lowering student fees and preventing financing programs from being cut.

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$312.9 million problem

A proposed $312.9 million budget cut to the California State University system could result in a 10 percent student fee increase for the fall 2008 semester.

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