Spend Thrift U

University of California Spends $7.65 Million on Class Taken by One Person

The University of California is a large system of colleges and junior colleges in the State of California.  The entire system has nearly 19,000 faculty and 189,000 staff that provide a college education for almost 235,000 students throughout the state.  They are public schools, governed by a board of regents and receive between $2.5 billion and $3 billion annually from a state on the verge of bankruptcy.

With such a cash strapped state providing several billion dollars of annual funding, you would think that the university system would be doing everything it could to save money. Continue Reading

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4 Responses to Spend Thrift U

  1. danbohmer says:

    staff to student ratio is nearly 1:1…that seems insane in and of itself

  2. genomega1 says:

    Reblogged this on News You May Have Missed and commented:
    University of California Spends $7.65 Million on Class Taken by One Person

  3. so for 235,000 students there are 208,000 staff members. essentially then each student is handheld by their very own personal staff member.talk about a nanny state! oh but that’s right, our children are kids until the age of 26 now. makes sense.

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