Beyond Tuition: How Student Loan Debt for California’s Low-Income College Grads Reveals Real College Affordability Challenges.

Consider this: The State of California spends over $2 billion per year to provide financial aid for hundreds of thousands of college students with the most financial need. In the 23-campus California State University (CSU) system, the majority of the over 400,000 undergraduate students are from low-income families and 80% of all CSU students receive some

2017-12-20T19:45:09+00:00December 20th, 2017|Media, State Advocacy, Systemwide Advocacy|

ASCN | The Power (and necessity) of Students in Systemic Change

Almost any change in higher education is difficult. And slow. Systemic change, which produces seismic shifts in the operations and culture of an organization, is even more difficult to achieve. Or in the words of another ASCN blogger Jeanne Century, "the stakes are much higher and the challenge is greater." Particularly for public higher education institutions,

2017-10-23T12:01:41+00:00September 28th, 2017|Media, Systemwide Advocacy|