The University of California is one of the most prestigious systems of public higher education and health care delivery in the country, drawing students and patients from around the world. Yet in recent years, UC administrators have been increasingly criticized for adopting a culture of executive excess not befitting for a tax-supported, public institution. This culture not only runs counter to the University’s legacy as a landgrant institution and California’s Master Plan for Higher Education, but it also contributes to a growing income inequality on UC campuses.

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