I’ll add even more:
Reduction of Professors - replaced by adjuncts
Underfunding of Divisions - reliance on ‘donations’ for divisions within the college
Lack of Oversight in Education - teachers and degrees that are laughable
I earned my A.S. at a community college then went to a four year state college for my B.S. (both in computer science). The community college education was superior to the education I received at Fresno State (sorry guys, but your C.S. department was horrible at that time). I even took the opportunity to speak my mind about the sorry state of the department when the college hired a new chancellor and he invited our comments. I laid it all out. One thing that absolutely floored me: The computer science students did NOT have a computer lab. There was one somewhat dingy classroom with some computers in it that were not cleaned at all and was used for classes, but we did not have a separate lab for students to meet and do our work. By comparison, the engineering department had three separate computer labs based on engineering specialty. We had none. We were all forced to lug around laptops and sit them on our laps or on top of desks that were made for kindergarten classrooms in order to do our work and studies.
The tuition at UC - Fresno was one of the more affordable in the state, yet we still paid over $30,000 for tuition alone (of course, there was still books, materials, laptops, transportation, etc.) You’d think we would be allowed to at least have a place to study our major at the college. The new football coach was a millionaire though!