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Our fellow California colleges, and their students, are facing profoundly difficult challenges.  In what one university system official called “thoughtful and intentional anarchy,” thousands of professors are moving their classes online on short notice, doing the best they can in circumstances no one should have to face. They do this as administrators have to make […]

Read more about The Mission is Getting Harder, but We’re All Pulling Together

A recent Times Higher Education article asks the question as directly as we’ve ever seen it done: will university education be made redundant by new models of worker training? That’s a question that’s near and dear to our hearts – Calbright College is even cited in the article as one of the new approaches that […]

Read more about Media Reports Say Traditional College is “Redundant” - Are They Right?

There are a lot of barriers to getting into college.  There might be more barriers to staying there.   Calbright eliminates those barriers for working Californians by making our programs free, online, self-paced, and something you can take on your own schedule.  But we don’t stop there, because life doesn’t stop for your education.   We don’t […]

Read more about Supporting you outside the (virtual) classroom is just as important as supporting you in it.

Education is one of the top three issues that matter to voters in the Golden State – and keeping college affordable is one of their top priorities for education. That’s what a PACE/USC Rossier poll released this month said after surveying 2000 Californians who are registered to vote and collectively representative of the state’s “ethnic […]

Read more about College Affordability One of The Top Issues Californians Care About

In 2019, over 70,000 Californians wanted to go to college but couldn’t get in – not because they weren’t qualified, but because the state’s colleges and universities had no room. That number is set to double by 2030.   This is according to a study by the College Futures Foundation, showing that while college enrollment is […]

Read more about California Can’t Keep Up With Demand for College - But We Can Fix This

It may seem obvious, but it’s also important to have evidence:  when you make college more affordable, more people who otherwise wouldn’t enroll take the step and invest in their future. As the State of California debates new measures to make college more affordable, Francisco Rodriguez, chancellor of the Los Angeles Community College District, has […]

Read more about Guess what - offering free college leads to more people enrolling in college!