fecting the century-old principle of free tuition for University students, since legislative enactments in this field are subordinate to the powers granted to ... received considerably less formal attention in the historical development of the California State Colleges than in that of the University of California. ... In 1954, the Tuition Fee was dropped and the Materials and Service Fee was increased to $40 per year.
|Title||:||An Evaluation of the Tuition Free Principle in California Public Higher Education|
|Author||:||California. Coordinating Council for Higher Education|