Community college students without cars can face transportation challenges

Friday, October 21, 2022
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To arrive at Roxbury Community College in Boston, part-time student and single mother Kiara Rosario depends on the city’s Orange Line. It was shut down for repairs for 30 days this summer. A lack of dependable transportation can prevent working students like Rosario from earning degrees on time—or at all.

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