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August 12, 2014

UC schools look out of state, overseas for students to boost revenue

Pushed to look for alternative sources of revenue amid the deep budget cuts of the economic recession, schools in the University of California system increasingly are recruiting nonresident applicants, who likely will make up a fifth of all freshman for fall 2014. Even as state funding has begun to recover, campuses rely on substantial additional fees paid by out-of-state and international students that have brought in hundreds of millions of dollars for the university system in recent years.

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