Most California college students are concerned the coronavirus pandemic will prevent them from graduating.
The University of California at Berkeley is the nation’s top best-value college in 2017 for the second year in a row according to a Forbes magazine ranking.
The City has agreed to spend almost $5.4 million annually for the next two years, and is expected to begin subsidizing tuition costs beginning this fall.
One thousand more California students than last year were admitted to the UC Berkeley freshman class.
The College of Marin is offering free tuition and cover fees to 500 Marin County high school seniors for the fall 2016 semester.
California State University and its faculty could be close to averting a five-day strike scheduled to begin next week.
The California Community College Board of Governors Monday approved plans to revamp the state’s two-year college accreditation commission.
About 25,000 faculty members from the 23 California State University campuses will vote next month on whether to strike.
Adjunct faculty at the San Francisco Art Institute, along with counterparts at colleges across the country, walked out of classes Wednesday.
A battle is underway between Gov. Jerry Brown and UC President Janet Napolitano.
Less than half of community college students managed to transfer or earn a certificate within their six-year goal.
Stanford University has set itself ahead of the pack by becoming the first college to raise $1 billion in a single year.
Those smart guys and gals down on The Farm are firming Stanford’s commitment to online learning.
What if students at California’s public universities didn’t pay any tuition? Zilch. Nada.