Tuition isn’t the only thing that college students have to pay for. Currently, California students who need financial assistance are able to go to community
Homeless students pay out-of-state tuition
Can a homeless student be a resident of California? Without documentation with a California address on it, California Community Colleges don’t recognize these students as
Pierce professors debate taxes and majors to alleviate student debt problems
College tuition has been rising for both community colleges and universities. Students now face tough choices when determining how to pay for higher education and often
Pierce College among top 10% cheapest schools in country
Recent information shows that community college fees in California are among the cheapest in the United States and Pierce is among these schools in the
Education, a worthwhile investment in America’s future
A student’s decision to get a college education shouldn’t be depend or be affected by who is in congress at the moment, but for most,
Governor signs bill to postpone fee increase and aid student veterans
Jerry Brown on Wednesday, Sept. 21, signed into law a pair of bills that will prove beneficial to students of public colleges and universities across
Tuition reduction sought
When Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger signed the bill to reduce fees from $26 to $20 per unit beginning after Jan 1, 2007, members of the Los Angeles Faculty Guild and other educational organizations said the reduction was not enough. The guild’s new initiative, filed in mid-July, proposes a reduction in enrollment fees to $15 per unit and would restrict the government from increasing the fees in the future.
Lower fees with winter session
With approximately nine weeks remaining in the current semester, students can begin planning for the five-week winter intersession that will begin on Jan. 2, 2007 to Feb. 3, 2007 at Pierce College. The schedule of classes will be available to students Nov.