Royce Hall towers over the UCLA campus in Westwood, where tuition could rise 5 percent a year for the next five years if the University of California system does not receive more state funding.
Royce Hall towers over the UCLA campus in Westwood, where tuition could rise 5 percent a year for the next five years if the University of California system does not receive more state funding. Genaro Molina Los Angeles Times file
Royce Hall towers over the UCLA campus in Westwood, where tuition could rise 5 percent a year for the next five years if the University of California system does not receive more state funding. Genaro Molina Los Angeles Times file

UC funding measures the value we place on public education

November 16, 2014 04:01 PM