Cal State University faculty may go on a five-day strike in April if their union cannot reach a pay raise deal with system administrators, officials announced Monday.
Nearly 26,000 professors, lecturers and librarians represented by the California Faculty Assn. would stop teaching and doing academic work on April 13-15 as well as on April 18 and 19, officials said.
Cal State employees last went on strike in 2011 when employees at the East Bay and Dominguez Hills campuses held one-day strikes. Faculty on all 23 Cal State campuses would participate in the potential April strike, union officials said.