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The California State University system has a plan to punish universities that are not meeting enrollment targets, Cal Matters reported.

Under the plan, any campus missing its enrollment target by 10 percent or more will lose up to 5 percent of its state enrollment funding, which will then be sent to campuses exceeding their enrollment targets. This won’t go into effect until 2024–25 at the earliest.

Seven campuses are currently missing enrollment targets: CSU Channel Islands, Chico State, Cal State East Bay, Cal Poly Humboldt, Cal Maritime, San Francisco State and Sonoma State.