The deadline for students to submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is Tuesday, March 2. By submitting the form, it allows the opportunity for students to receive financial aid from the federal government to aid in paying for college. Each year, more than 13 million students who file the FAFSA get more […]
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Cal Poly fights back against proposed Title IX changes
Sexual assaults that occur a block from campus could be a block too far for the Office of Equal Opportunity to investigate. This is one of many changes to Title IX, proposed by the Trump Administration, that sparked concern among members of the Cal Poly community. Students and faculty at Cal Poly have spoken out […]
Department of Education opens 24-hour commenting period for Betsy DeVos’ proposed Title IX changes
The Department of Education announced a 24-hour comment period for proposed changes to the Title IX system after a system glitch affected the previous 60-day comment period.
The blue collar class is becoming obsolete
Kendra Coburn believes that the ethical balance of job creation and technological innovation lies in your hands.
Campus investigating multiple sexual assault allegations involving same person
At least one Title IX investigation will conclude Oct. 6, according to a written document shown to Mustang News.
Chancellor White responds to OCR rescinding Title IX guidance
White said the CSU system’s current policies will remain in full effect and comply with federal and state law.
Student Support Services receives $1.45 million in federal aid
The grant will help low-income first-generation students pay their college tuition.
Government shuts down, Education Department furloughs workers
The federal government is officially shut down today after weeks of debate in Washington.