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CSUF College Republicans

Contact: Brooke Paz

(909) 247-9749



[FULLERTON, CA] – On April 27th, the California State University Fullerton chapter of College Republicans hosts an interactive display on campus called “How Cal State Fullerton is Ripping You Off” from 11:00am to 4:00pm in the Humanities Quad.

“Our goal is not only to shine a spotlight on the kinds of administrative waste that burns through student dollars,” said chapter President Chris Boyle,” but also to show that the rising cost of higher education is a priority to young Republicans.”

In March, the CSU Board of Trustees voted in favor of increasing tuition for all 23 California campuses starting fall 2017.

CSUF College Republicans Secretary Ryan Hoskins said of the event, “Your money is wasted on perks and bonuses for the highest levels of the administration while they block any attempt to raise the salaries of your professors or increase funding for programs to increase their students’ quality of education.”

CSUF President Mildred Garcia received a 10 percent raise, free housing at the presidential estate, and a yearly car allowance when she assumed the position in 2012. The school also spent $300,000 to renovate the El Dorado Ranch, her eight-bedroom, 5,800 square foot home. This two-story house resides on 3.9 acres of land with a tennis court, and was last valued at $3.4 million in 2011.

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