What: Campus Town Hall
Who: Interim President Willie Hagan and Vice President of Administration & Finance Mary Ann Rodriguez
When: Monday, Oct. 15, 2-4 p.m.
Where: Loker Student Union Ballroom
On October 15, as part of his commitment to be transparent in the university’s fiscal operations, Interim University President Willie Hagan along with Mary Ann Rodriguez, vice president for administration and finance, will host the first in a series of campus town halls focusing on the university’s budget.
The town hall will provide an overview of the university’s budget and how money is allocated. The presentation will be followed by a question and answer session.
A second town hall in November will provide an update on the status of the budget based on the outcome of Proposition 30 on November 6. If voters do not pass Prop 30, the CSU system will receive a $250 million midyear “trigger cut” this year. CSU Dominguez Hills’ portion of that cut is expected to be approximately $5.8 million. For more information, the university has created a web page, Proposition 30 Information.