Affordable Student Housing Taskforce - Shared screen with speaker view
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1. how housing is the major costs for students, so lowering costs is key to increasing affordability. 2. Keeping rents low to allow for remaining aid to provide to students to live on for the school year. 3. Would like to hear from other CC that have housing about any take-aways we should consider
Ensure we chat about offering services within the new resident building.
Can use an EFC from a FAFSA/CADA to create tiers to represent the 3 types of low income.
just to keep this in the parking lot: . Student housing often displaces students during the holiday breaks around Christmas to allow staff the opportunity to also have the break. We might consider ways to avoid this under these grants.
Contracts over leases
yes create emergency plans for what Jennifer is chatting about
Joseph, Pell does not increase but payment is generally taken for the semester if all charges and payments are run through the campus SIS system.
Many do borrow to meet the campus housing costs.
Plus 1 Gerardo
The Taskforce members have entered a brief 3 minute recess. The meeting will resume at 11:33am.
Will District's receive an information request related to Planning Grants? What will be the timing?
The recording and slides from this webinar will be uploaded onto our Affordable Student Housing webpage. It can be accessed by clicking on the link below: https://www.cccco.edu/About-Us/Chancellors-Office/Divisions/College-Finance-and-Facilities-Planning/Affordable-Student-Housing
Parking lot idea: Students who are identified as low income or very low income and offered housing should agree to high touch comprehensive services as part of the contract. Something similar to high touch activities offered by many of our special programs.
Glad to share
thank you for organizing, Lizette.great thanks to CCCCO staff. see you soon.