A report by the Legislative Analyst’s Office says some of the state’s $7 billion revenue surplus should help the University of California and the California State University reduce unfunded pension liabilities looming in the future. The universities have billions of dollars in unfunded liabilities relating to pensions and facilities, the study says. “Accelerating pay down of these liabilities would reduce the burden on future generations to pay these costs and improve the fiscal health of the state and the university systems,” it says. While population trends suggest that more enrollment growth is not warranted next year, the Legislature may wish to grow enrollment at high-demand campuses. Pressures also will continue to provide more funding for food, housing and mental health programs along with initiatives to improve graduation rates and hire more faculty.