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photo - Student Center at U.C. Riverside A New UC Tuition Policy Could Provide Predictability, but at a Cost The University of California Regents are considering a plan to combat tuition spikes and make tuition costs more predictable, though the proposal could affect affordability for some students and would increase state costs. Read More
photo - Hepner Hall at San Diego State University Federal Stimulus Funds Bolstered California Colleges and Universities The state’s public higher education institutions and students are receiving more than $8 billion in funds across three federal relief packages. Read More
photo - Students walking on UCLA Campus California Sees Steep Decline in Financial Aid Applications Far fewer California high school seniors completed the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) this year, reducing the number who may receive funding that helps provide access to higher education. Read More
photo - Michael V. Drake Video: A Conversation with University of California President Michael V. Drake Dr. Michael V. Drake talks with PPIC’s Mark Baldassare about how UC has responded to COVID-19 and discusses the system’s ongoing efforts to increase equity and diversity. Read More
photo - College Student Walking on Campus and Wearing a Mask Helping Community Colleges Build on Progress during the Pandemic As higher education continues to confront the disruptions from COVID-19, Governor Newsom’s proposed state budget includes funding to help California community colleges boost access and retention and improve student outcomes. Read More
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