Art Center Students Push For New Solutions On Homelessness

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Students at the Art Center College of Design say their administration isn’t doing enough to help homeless students.

Art Center Vice President Aaron Bruce says the 2,100-student school is exploring options to help students struggling to juggle the $21,000 per semester tuition with the costs of housing.

A campus spokeswoman says the first campus dorms are set to open in four years, but students are pushing for a more immediate solution, such as hotel vouchers.