Should Applying for College Financial Aid Be a High School Requirement? Courtney Lee September 19 2019 A bill introduced in the state legislature would make it mandatory to apply for college financial aid as a way to increase the share of students who receive awards.
New Federal Data Sheds Light on Student Debt in California Hans Johnson August 9 2019 For the first time ever, the federal government has released data on college graduates’ student debt by type of degree and field of study.
Coping with High Housing Costs in College Hans Johnson May 17 2019 With higher housing costs in California making it increasingly expensive to attend college, more college students are living with their parents.
State-level Strategies to Reduce Student Debt Courtney Lee March 19 2019 With college costs and student debt on the rise in California, state policymakers are considering ways to ease the burden of student loans.
Proposed Budget Prioritizes College Students in Need Kevin Cook February 8 2019 Governor Newsom's proposed budget increases funding for higher education, including programs that would bolster aid for students in need.