Thursday, October 20, 2011

IN THE NEWS: College Applicants Face Tough Climate

College fairs in Poway, Grossmont and at Hoover High School this week are a normal part of college application season, but budget cutting at California’s public universities and community colleges means fewer seats for new students. The weak economy means families have less money to send those students to school, making public schools a more attractive option. That means this year students face an admissions environment that is only getting more competitive. Read more from KPBS»