Sunday, April 20, 2014

For every 100 students admitted from out of state, UC gets $2.2 million in additional revenue, said John Wilton, Cal's vice chancellor for administration and finance. That's more than $120 million at Berkeley alone, he said.

SF Chronicle: UC gets big boost in admitting more out-of-state students

one of the comments includes: " you're paying higher taxes (Prop 30) for "education" so that more non-California residents can attend UC's elite institutions."

this on UCSD admissions

LA Times with: In-state UC applicants make slight gains, but slip at UCLA, Berkeley

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