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UC Santa Barbara student Katie Cooper is being remembered fondly by those who knew her best, including her sorority sisters, who investigators say were targeted by 22-year-old gunman Elliot Roger.
Starbucks announced a program Monday intended to help its baristas earn an online college degree.
Students interested in pursuing a Hollywood filmmaking career now have another alternative to big-name film schools at USC and UCLA.
A potential new law could change the way college students engage in sexual activity on campus.
Certified financial planner Louis Barajas stopped by KCAL9 News Sunday with tips on how those new grads can be their most competitive in today’s job market.
The state Senate on Thursday approved legislation requiring California colleges and universities to adopt anti-sexual assault policies that include a written standard for personal consent.
Classes have been canceled Tuesday at UCSB for a day of mourning following a violent rampage that killed six people and injured dozens more.
A rock-and-roll music legend will be among those on hand Friday for commencement ceremonies at the University of Southern California.
It would be legal for underage college students aspiring to be winemakers and brewers to taste what they produce under a bill approved by the state Assembly.
A bill that would require colleges to report sexual assaults, hate crimes and other violent campus crimes to local law enforcement was unanimously passed Tuesday by a legislative committee.
The Inland Empire is falling behind the rest of California when it comes to community college enrollment, according to a new report.
Bowing to pressure from within their party, Democrats in the Legislature on Monday abandoned an attempt to repeal the voter-approved ban on affirmative action in the state’s higher education system.
“I never expected to get an award out of this. I’m really honored,” he said.
College costs and financial aid are playing an increasingly decisive role in how incoming freshman in the U.S. determine where to attend school, according to a new UCLA survey.