New bill would let homeless Cuesta College students sleep in their cars on campus
California’s housing crisis has left hundreds of thousands of community college students either homeless or facing the threat of being homeless.
A new California State Assembly bill offers a potential remedy — letting students sleep in their vehicles in campus parking lots and structures.
Assembly Bill 302, sponsored by Assemblyman Marc Berman, D-Palo Alto, would require the California Community College system to make their college parking system accessible overnight to any enrolled student in good standing. State law already requires that community colleges provide homeless students with access to shower facilities on campus.