Jason Ball, communications director for the UCLA Graduate Students Assn. and a doctoral student in political science and Law student Lincoln Ellis, the association’s president write a strongly worded opinion on UCLA’s plan to charge $50,000 for in-state tuition at the Anderson School of Management.
“Understandable as the University of California‘s precarious budget situation is, raising tuition to the level of private universities for specific programs is unacceptable.
We see problems with both the process and the substance of the drastic proposal to essentially privatize the UCLA Anderson School of Management and charge $50,000 for in-state tuition, as reported on Sept. 9 by The Times.”
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