On Jan 31 and Feb 1 Students Made Our Voices Heard — The Fight Has Just Begun!

On January 31 and February hundreds of CSU students took action to oppose the proposed tuition increase. We spoke at the Board of Trustees meeting and held signs calling each individual Trustee to stand with students. We rallied at CSU Fullerton, did a banner drop at Sonoma State, marched to the administration building and stayed until administrators came out at CSU East Bay, marched through campus at Chico State, educated one another through a teach-in at Fresno State, and spread the word by tabling at CSU San Bernardino. Speaking at the BOT meeting, SQE member Dulce Lopez told the Trustees: “You have...

#FreeTheCSU

It’s time to #FreetheCSU! We are ready to fight for a CSU where ALL students are free from debt, free from deportation, free from discrimination, free from fear, and eventually one with FREE tuition for all. Funding to the CSU has been decreasing since the 1980s, and because of this students are forced to pay skyrocketing tuition, take on multiple jobs, and sink further into debt. The tuition freeze of the past four years only happened because students came together to fight the increases; now that it is over, tuition will start increasing immediately unless we come together and make our voices heard. For next...

CSU Students Announce Strategy to Shut Down Tuition Increases Planned For Next Year

      NEWS FROM STUDENTS FOR QUALITY EDUCATION For Immediate Release: October 27, 2016 Contact: Gloria Juarez (323) 425-5285, grm92@live.com; Karen Guzman, (760) 481-5529 (bilingual), guzma047@gmail.com; Media Advisory CSU Students for Quality Education stage ‘die-in’, hold news conference to denounce proposed tuition increase CSU Dominguez Hills — At 1:00pm Monday, Oct. 31 (PST), students will be holding a die-in to raise awareness about the serious impacts the privatization of higher education by the Board of Trustees, is causing on our state university students. The die-in will be followed by a news conference where students will announce their plans to...