State lawmakers are giving public colleges and universities $1.4 billion this year to build or renovate affordable dorms for students. The 25 projects across California range in size and price but are expected to make space for 7,300 students.
Rising rents have exacerbated longstanding shortages of student housing across California, forcing students to live in crowded and expensive quarters while others remain homeless. What's being done to ease the crunch? Will plans for new housing make a dent? Save your spot.
Officials at San Francisco State University on Friday announced plans to fill a patch of grass in the middle of campus with desperately-needed dormitories at a moment when state universities are scrambling to lure more applicants while contending with a ruthless housing market.
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Affordable student housing is coming to Lake Tahoe Community College (LTCC) after securing funds through the new California budget, geared towards expanding low-cost living. Nearly $40 million is being assigned to LTCC for the construction of a 100-bed housing project. According to the school, they’ve been trying to build the facility for almost a decade but construction costs made it impossible.
On June 1, 2022, the U.S. Department of Education issued a call to action to the field to boldly reimagine how students transition from high school through postsecondary education and into careers. Thank you for joining us on this journey to celebrate career and college pathways to success for all students.