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CSU Shutting Out California Students?

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The CSU system is under fire for halting enrollment for in-state students for the 2013 spring session due to state budget woes, but allowing some out-of-state and international graduate students who pay full tuition. Forum discusses the controversy.


Maria Nieto, professor in the department of biological sciences at California State University East Bay

Mike Uhlenkamp, spokesperson for the California State University chancellor's office

Mo Qayoumi, president of San Jose State University


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