The California Faculty Association and the California State University have reached an impasse in contract negotiations.
The results of a strike authorization vote by the association are expected to be announced Wednesday morning.
The Association wants a 5 percent general salary increase for all faculty.
Cal State University has offered a 2 percent increase.
Faculty Association members had two options during the vote that took place between October 19 and October 28:
To authorize the CFA Board of Directors to call a strike if contract negotiations failed; Or, not to give strike authorization to the board and accept the 2 percent salary increase offered by the CSU.