California community colleges may have as many as 400,000 fewer slots for new students in the coming academic year. That's because the slow economy and housing market slump has cost local community college districts the tax revenue they count on.
Are you or a student you know counting on community college? Will the slots you need be there?
A KPCC reporters is looking for a few high school seniors and others to interview about how they are affected by shrinking space in the community college district. Use the spaces below to share your story. It's confidential, but if you're willing to be contacted by a reporter, please check the box indicating we can call you.