SJSU Hosts Select Committee on the Master Plan for Higher Education

Part 1 (begins at 10:00)

Part 2

SJSU Media Relations contact:
Pat Harris, 408-924-1748,

SAN JOSE, CA – On Nov. 1, SJSU hosted the California State Assembly’s Select Committee on the Master Plan for Higher Education in California. The agenda has been posted. 

Chaired by 24th District Assembly Member Marc Berman, this committee is holding hearings around the state while the legislature is in recess. The hearing on our campus focused on the relevance of the master plan—adopted nearly six decades ago—to California’s contemporary workforce needs.

The hearing was an opportunity to witness our government in action. All were welcome to attend. The hearing began at 9:30 a.m. and adjourned at noon in the Diaz Compean Student Union Theater.

About San Jose State University

The founding campus of the 23-campus California State University system, San José State provides a comprehensive university education, granting bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees in 250 areas of study – offered through its eight colleges.

With more than 33,000 students and nearly 4,370 employees, San José State University continues to be an essential partner in the economic, cultural and social development of Silicon Valley and the state, annually contributing 10,000 graduates to the workforce.

The university is immensely proud of the accomplishments of its more than 260,000 alumni, 60 percent of whom live and work in the Bay Area.