The prices for parking at Long Beach State have long been contested by students. Even with the recent “fee freeze,” they’re higher than they should be.
After the 14% financial disparity, nearly $1.5 billion, in the 2021-2022 school year, CSU systems fiscal advisors recommend a tuition increase for all students in the 23-campus system starting in fall 2024 needed to protect CSU’s financial future.
Students freshened themselves up on financial literacy for anything the economy may hit them with.
The announcement of the closure of the Child and Family Center for renovation without plans for relocation has left dozens of Long Beach State faculty and staff parents scrambling to find childcare options by the summer.
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As inflation increases and economists predict a recession, CSULB students are concerned the possible financial crisis will impact their post-graduation plans.
As the country is experiencing high costs of inflation and low rates of college enrollment, Biden’s new plan is aimed to help low-income students pursue higher education.
Students who commute to CSULB discuss rising gas prices that are putting a strain on their wallets.
Comments made to ridicule baby boomers have become increasingly popular and are fairly justified.
The California Faculty Association released on Tuesday the first of a series of four “White Papers,” which is a report that accuses California State University administrators of failing to invest in student success. Titled “Race to the Bottom: CSU’s 10-year Failure to Fund its Core Mission,” the first paper is[Read More…]