Campus action committee all organizing directors ucan

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Campus Action Committee - All Organizing Directors UCAN does a lot of social media launches! They simply ask that campuses help with outreach. UC Santa Cruz Housing Panel - Nov. 8 Santa Cruz’s Mayor, Cynthia Chase is undergoing her “listening tour” in Santa Cruz County, which aims at collecting a variety of narratives around homelessness and basic needs Maxine Jimenez, UCSC’s President and Undergraduate Chair of UC’s Council of the Presidents, hosted a panel with the mayor and myself The mayor asked for input from UCSC students on Santa Cruz’s housing situation and I discussed systemwide efforts around basic needs. It was an amazing experience being able to inform students about the external work that is done by students! I discussed systemwide efforts around homelessness, food security, and overall basic needs. It was also very helpful to hear about the work students were doing in our very own city of Santa Cruz. I admire the leadership that was in the room that night and look forward to working together. Budget Consultation Call - Nov. 14 Call duration approximately 45 minutes. Nathan Brostrom, UCOP’s Chief Financial Officer, discussed: Systemwide housing projects 19,000 net new beds for undergrad and grad students in the UC 1500 in Berkeley (~780) and Merced (~700) by 2018 Balance between limited project revenue bonds and public-private partnership delivery model David Alcocer, UCOP’s Associate Vice President of Budget Analysis and Planning, discussed: 2018-’19 Operating budget Mentioned that the budget conversations were pushed to January’s UC Regents Meeting Tuition talks! $50 million being withheld until the UC completes 5 tasks - one being the 2:1 ratio
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For every 2 frosh, the UC must admit one transfer student Campuses affected: UC Santa Cruz and UC Riverside Campuses exempt from the requirement: UC Merced, UC San Francisco
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