Uc To Seek State Funds To Avoid Tuition Hike Next Year

A new proposal by President Mark G. Yudof would seek a $411-million hike in state funding for the 2012-13 academic year while adding courses and hiring professors.Shifting tactics in a difficult budget situation, University of California President Mark G. Yudof said Tuesday that he would seek enough additional state funding to avoid a tuition hike next year and increase enrollment by 1%, or about 2,100 students.

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