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Most Californians say that the state's public universities are not adequately funded, but an overwhelming majority oppose raising student fees or paying higher taxes to support the schools, according to a poll released Monday night by the Public Policy Institute of California.
State and federal financial aid has protected low-income and some middle class families from state universities' big tuition and fee increases – but not enough eligible families sought help, a report from the Public Policy Institute of California concluded.
Students in the heart of Salinas Valley's agricultural fields are earning computer science bachelor's degrees in just three years through a partnership between Hartnell Community College and California State University, Monterey Bay. The program is seen as an incubator to help increase diversity at tech companies.