California's financial woes may force mid-year spending reductions at the community college and Cal State systems if state revenue fails to meet projections, potentially triggering further increases in student fees and tuition.
Students starting the school year at California Community Colleges this week will pay higher fees and have fewer courses from which to choose. At California State University campuses, students will find their classes packed, fewer library books available and the ranks of part-time faculty thinned.
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