But Berkeley, well , see this post from UCLA Fac Blog :
Why does Berkeley have a structural deficit but the other campuses don't? (Not asked.) What is he going to do about deficits in athletics? (Vague answer about marketing deals to be announced soon.).
Also there's Remaking the U.
The New Normal Isn't Normal, It Erodes Democracy on SF State, Stanford and UC Berkeley funding, more.
"Campus Shared Services has failed completely. Its annual savings are now expected to be zero--actually negative, since the campus has lost millions on this program so far. Even if everything had gone according to plan, OE is a classic example of a "nickel solution"-- $75 million a year is 3.33% of the campus's $2.25 billion annual budget, and this benefit would never have fixed larger budgetary problems. "
See Daily Cal:
Campus considers dissolving the College of Chemistry to cut costs
And there's this other reassuring story,at DailyCal for UC Systemwide folk who might recall also that UC PATH processes will flow through UC Berkeley B/c they said UCB was the most advanced Campus to do that , at least that's what they said at the Jan. UC Regents Meeting....
At the recent US Prez R. debate folks wondered about the $10 billion net worth, and savings from cutting waste, etc It isn't so different at UC...