California Community Colleges must now offer a basic needs center at all 115 of its physical campuses. Most centers will offer food and housing support to begin.
Responding to pressure to prioritize California residents, UC accepted fewer out-of-state applicants and about 1,000 more in-state students for fall 2022.
UC's board of regents learned Thursday that retention rates declined last year, a trend that President Michael Drake said he's closely monitoring.
Students in need of year-round, stable housing — rather than only during academic terms — face particular challenges when deciding which school to attend.
After lawmakers unanimously approved a bill to save UC Berkeley from enrollment cuts this fall, it was quickly signed by Newsom on Monday.
New California legislation would prevent courts from immediately forcing a campus to cut enrollment over population concerns and could be retroactively applied to UC Berkeley.
Lawmakers want the University of California to add 7,000 new students this fall, but UC has indicated it will only add 2,000 more students compared with last fall.
The California Supreme Court upheld an order that UC Berkeley cut enrollment by 3,000, but the Legislature may soon negate the ruling.
An EdSource roundtable addresses the challenges and barriers facing community college students as they prepare to transfer to University of California and California State University campuses.
Black and Latino students in Los Angeles are less likely than white peers to go to college and earn a degree, and more needs to be done to close the gap, new report finds.
The Legislative Analyst's Office says California Gov. Gavin Newsom sidestepped lawmakers with his January higher education budget proposal.
California's graduation rate held steady last school year, despite Zoom schooling. But the numbers don't tell the whole story.
UC Riverside has upgraded one-third of its classrooms with new technology that give students flexibility in how they attend.
With the omicron wave of Covid-19 cases likely to peak soon, officials are optimistic that the pause on in-person classes will be temporary.
Leaders representing all segments of California’s education system share their reactions to the governor’s 2022-23 January budget proposal.