UC's one-year pause in testing does not mean a permanent end to SAT/ACT for admissions. CSU may follow. Neither university will require letter grades for high school courses this spring.
The health crisis has high school seniors worried about college enrollment deadlines. Other concerns rise about grades and financial aid. Colleges promise some flexibility.
Life may not be the same, but for some California college students staying on campus provides a refuge, especially for those with nowhere to go.
UC leaders said it would have been unseemly to approve a tuition hike during the coronavirus emergency. The proposal would have hiked tuition by $606, or 4.8 percent, for next fall's freshmen.
Cal Maritime and UC Merced were the final holdouts in the CSU and UC systems but now say they will move most or all courses online.
Most colleges and universities will refund housing and dining plans but not tuition; they say online classes worth the costs.
From San Diego to Humboldt, colleges throughout California are suspending in-person classes in response to the threat of coronavirus.
Colleges and universities are cancelling in-person classes across the state.
Plan calls for $606, or 4.8 percent, tuition increase to $13,176 for next fall's freshmen. Aid will shield many students.
Prop. 13 — unrelated to the better known tax cutting initiative in 1978 — would have helped K-12 districts, community colleges, CSU and UC with the cost of construction projects.
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Across the state, school officials announced in emails and via social media that they were reviewing emergency operation plans and asked parents to take precautions similar to those taken during flu season.
More than 300,000 additional community college students would be eligible for Cal Grants covering non-tuition costs under a new proposal.
Tuition hike proposals met opposition from Gov. Newsom and students. No clear majority on UC board of regents.
Gov. Newsom and students opposed proposals to hike tuition at the University of California. Board of regents delayed vote.