The Pandemic’s Effect on Community College Enrollment Jacob Jackson, Cesar Alesi Perez October 14 2020 As COVID-19 began to spread this past spring, course enrollment dropped substantially at California’s community colleges, especially among African American and Native American/Alaska Native students.
College Plans during COVID-19 Hans Johnson July 29 2020 An overwhelming majority of California’s colleges and universities plan to operate primarily online or with a hybrid approach this fall, and most students have changed their plans in some way.
International Students Play a Critical Role in Higher Education Jacob Jackson July 15 2020 In addition to bringing a diverse set of skills and perspectives, international students contribute significantly to the fiscal health of California’s public and private higher education institutions.
UC and CSU Face Budget Challenges Kevin Cook July 10 2020 The University of California and California State University face significant revenue loss this year and may see further cuts in the coming years.
The Role of Community Colleges in Supporting Mental Health Olga Rodriguez June 17 2020 With two-thirds of California community college students reporting higher levels of mental distress during the pandemic, colleges can play a central role in providing counseling, financial assistance, and other support.