Fees for graduate students at California's public colleges and universities have risen over the last several years, but are still lower than fees at comparable universities in other states. Fees for full-time graduate students at the California State University were $4,163 in 2007-08. This amount consists of $3,414 in systemwide fees plus mandatory campus fees that average $749. The campus fees help support student services such as counseling, student union activities, student government, and recreation. Fees for students enrolled full time in teacher credential programs are lower, with a systemwide fee of $3,216 annually plus the campus fees of $749. CSU's fees are lower than fees at all of the 15 public universities that CSU compares itself to for faculty salary purposes. At the University of California, fees for full-time graduates were $7,991 in 2007-08. This consists of $7,440 in systemwide fees, plus campus fees averaging $551. All UC students are also required to have some type of health insurance. Plans at UC campuses average $1,800 per year. UC's fees are lower than fees at the four public universities that the University of California compares itself to for faculty salary purposes.