Report 2012-113 Recommendation 22 Responses
Report 2012-113: California State University's Extended Education: It Is Unclear Whether Supplanting Occurred, and Campuses Did Not Always Document Their Adherence to Laws, Policies, and Procedures (Release Date: December 2013)
Recommendation #22 To: San Jose, California State University
To ensure that it sets self-supported fees for extended education in accordance with state law and Executive Order 1054, San Josť State should immediately take the following action: discontinue its practice of setting its summer session fees for extended education courses and programs based on the fees set by the Chancellor's Office for state-supported summer session courses and programs.
6-Month Agency Response
Fees for Summer Sessions of 2014, and hence forth, are no longer based on the fees set by the Chancellor's Office for state-supported summer session courses and programs.
As evidence of compliance, we are submitting (1) The 2014 fees proposal ; (2) The approval of the 2014 fees proposal ; (3) A written confirmation from the Associate Dean of IES that fees are no longer based on the fees schedule of the Chancellor's Office.
- Completion Date: May 2014
- Response Date: June 2014
California State Auditor's Assessment of 6-Month Status: Fully Implemented
60-Day Agency Response
San Josť State University Central Finance has confirmed with the Deputy Provost and the Interim Dean of The College of International and Extended Studies that The College of International and Extended Studies will discontinue using the regular session fees set by the Chancellor's Office as basis for The College of International and Extended Studies summer session fees. We will submit to the State Auditor the new fee schedule for Summer 2014 as confirmation of compliance when it comes out in May 2014.
- Estimated Completion Date: 6/30/2014
- Response Date: February 2014
California State Auditor's Assessment of 60-Day Status: Partially Implemented
Agency responses received are posted verbatim.