New S.F. State group to address budget crisis 

San Francisco State University’s president has formed a new group to help tackle the school’s financial crisis, university officials announced.

President Robert A. Corrigan created the 17-member University Planning Advisory Council, which has the mission of re-envisioning the university in the face of fiscal constraints.

The intention of the council, which is comprised of faculty, staff and students, is to evaluate proposals for budget savings as well as serve as an advisory group to confront the financial crisis.

The council is seeking proposals that will generate revenue and cut costs at the university.  

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