CSU Office of Government Affairs records (1960-1991—mostly 1960s, 6 ft) deal with the State College and University systems
interactions with the California State Legislature regarding legislation, college sites and controversial issues. Subjects
include college sites, campus unrest, buildings and grounds, student admission, year-round operations and many other issues.
Includes correspondence of chancellors, legislatures and governors including Ronald Reagan.
The California State University System, formally established in 1960 by the Donahoe Higher Education Act. It is the nation’s
largest university system, with 23 campuses and seven off-campus centers, more than 400,000 students and 42,000 faculty and
staff. The CSU is one of three public higher education systems in the state of California (the others are the University of
California and the California Community College System). Since 1961 more than 2 million alumni have received a bachelor's,
master's, and doctoral (Ph.D. and Ed.D) degrees from the university system. It offers more than 1,800 degree programs in some
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