Saturday, June 18, 2016

California budget deal seeks nonresident enrollment cap at UC - ALEXEI KOSEFF, Sacramento Bee

After a scathing state audit this spring reignited controversy over the rapid growth of nonresident enrollment at the University of California, Gov. Jerry Brown has drawn a line in the sand – albeit a soft one – on the issue. A budget deal with lawmakers released Thursday night would offer the university an $18.5 million funding incentive, to kick in next May, if it enrolls an additional 2,500 Californians for the 2017-18 school year and adopts a policy capping the number of out-of-state and international students. The budget does not specify a cap, allowing UC’s governing Board of Regents, of which Brown is a member, to set its own terms.

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