Cal State Schools May Slash Enrollment The California State University system may cut student enrollment by 10,000 students because of a statewide budget cuts. Allison Jones, assistant vice chancellor of the California State University system, explains what the move could mean for current and future college students.
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Cal State Schools May Slash Enrollment

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Cal State Schools May Slash Enrollment

Cal State Schools May Slash Enrollment

Cal State Schools May Slash Enrollment

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The California State University system may cut student enrollment by 10,000 students because of a statewide budget cuts. Allison Jones, assistant vice chancellor of the California State University system, explains what the move could mean with Madeleine Brand.