California State University Statement on President Obama’s Plan to Make College More Affordable
August 22, 2013
The following statement can be attributed to Chancellor Timothy P. White, California State University
“The proposals announced by the President today are an excellent start to an important conversation about the best ways to invest in our nation’s human capital. The California State University embraces the goals set forth by the White House and looks forward to working with the administration and with Congress on ways the federal government can partner with institutions and states to improve college access, affordability, quality and completion.”
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