CALL TO ACTION: Help Homeless Students Get Permanently Housed by Asking Lawmakers to Support Funding for CSU Rapid Rehousing Pilot Program

CALL TO ACTION: Help Homeless Students Get Permanently Housed by Asking Lawmakers to Support Funding for CSU Rapid Rehousing Pilot Program There is a homelessness crisis for college students in the CSU. 10.9% of our students face homelessness, with 18% of our 1st generation students, and African American students facing homelessness.

2018-05-29T18:05:51+00:00May 29th, 2018|State Advocacy, Systemwide Advocacy|

Statement from CSSA President Maggie White on Chancellor White’s Tuition Decision

Statement from CSSA President Maggie White on Chancellor White's Tuition Decision April 20, 2018 The Cal State Student Association (CSSA) is grateful for the decision the Chancellor has made to not go forward with a tuition increase. This decision firmly places the responsibility to support the California State University (CSU) system,

2018-04-20T05:56:49+00:00April 19th, 2018|Story, Systemwide Advocacy|

Statement from CSSA President Maggie White on Governor Brown’s Proposed 2018/19 State Budget

January 10, 2018 Jared Giarrusso Chief Governmental Officer Office: (916) 441-4514 Email: jgiarrusso@calstate.edu Statement from CSSA President Maggie White on Governor Brown’s Proposed 2018/19 State Budget SACRAMENTO, CA – The Cal State Student Association (CSSA) appreciates Governor Brown’s ongoing commitment to modestly invest

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|

Where Debt Comes Due at CSU: Unequal Debt Burdens Among California State University Graduates

Where Debt Comes Due at CSU: Unequal Debt Burdens Among California State University Graduates December 13, 2017 The Cal State Student Association, in collaboration with The Institute for College Access & Success (TICAS), is proud to present its first-ever research report, “Where Debt Comes Due at CSU: Unequal

2017-12-13T16:49:06+00:00December 13th, 2017|Research, State Advocacy, Systemwide Advocacy|