Source: Mikhail Zinshteyn: CalMatters
“We have a college affordability crisis and we have a housing supply crisis,” said McCarty. “These two things are really acute right now in California.”
The University of California housed more students than the system officially had room for last fall. Yet UC leaders, lawmakers and the governor all want to dramatically expand student enrollment.
But that ambition is at odds with a housing crunch crippling the UC and campuses across California.
Students will need somewhere to live and a new legislative plan would throw in $5 billion to help the state’s campuses ramp up their housing stock.
Read more at: https://calmatters.org/education/2022/01/student-housing-2/