Pursuant to California Assembly Bill 2079, commencing January 1, 2012, California postsecondary educational institutions that offer athletic scholarships shall provide all of the following information on their Internet Web site:
ALL OF THE FOLLOWING ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION:
(A) The most recent cost of attendance expenses as published by the postsecondary educational institution's financial aid office for the academic year and for the summer year... Cal State Fullerton Published Cost of Attendance
(B) The sum of expenses identified in subparagraph (A) that are prohibited from inclusion in a full grant-in-aid athletic scholarship pursuant to the National Collegiate Athletic Association's (NCAA) rules and regulations.... Expenses Not Paid By Athletics Aid
(C) The policy of the postsecondary educational institution's athletic program as to whether student-athletes will receive athletic scholarships for summer school, and, if so, whether these scholarships are proportional to athletic scholarships received during the regular academic school year... Cal State Fullerton Athletics Summer Financial Aid Policy
(D) The average monthly full grant-in-aid athletic scholarship payment received by student-athletes who live on-campus and off-campus, respectively, during the regular academic year and summer school session... Full Athletic Scholarship Room and Board Information
(E) The following information relating to NCAA scholarship rules: "Pursuant to NCAA rules, a verbal commitment is not binding on either the student-athlete or the institution. The National Letter of Intent is a binding agreement between a prospective student-athlete and an institution in which the institution agrees to provide a prospective student-athlete who is admitted to the institution and is eligible for financial aid under NCAA rules athletics aid for one academic year in exchange for the prospective student-athlete's agreement to attend the institution for one academic year. The National Letter of Intent must be accompanied by an institutional financial aid agreement. If the prospective student-athlete signs the National Letter of Intent but does not enroll at that institution for a full academic year, he or she may be subject to specific penalties, including loss of a season of eligibility and a mandatory residence requirement."