Cal State Fullerton Offers Off-Campus Housing for Formerly Incarcerated Students, the Only Such Housing in the U.S.
Date:  05-25-2020

CSU Fullerton's Project Rebound program provides stable housing to formerly incarcerated men earning their degrees
From LAist

There's a two-story house in the hills four miles west of Cal State Fullerton. It's changing lives.

"I've been living here for three weeks," said Steven Green.

He's taking two classes for his business administration major. He moved in right after he was released from prison.

"I served 27 years and 8 months for a murder-robbery," he said. The transition from a desert prison to living on a quiet, tree-shaded street in an upper middle-class neighborhood is extraordinary, he said. Green is one of six students who live in the Irwin House, which is run by the campus's Project Rebound program. Cal State Fullerton officials say this off-campus housing for formerly incarcerated students is the only one of its kind in the nation. Continue reading >>>