Fairmont State addresses student housing insecurity around campus

Tuesday, May 24, 2022

Fairmont State University has taken critical action to address student housing insecurities for its campus community. Beginning this fall, Fairmont State will offer a limited number of significantly discounted rooms on campus through a housing affordability initiative focusing on Morrow Hall, the University’s most historic residence hall, located in the heart of its hilltop campus. Officials said Fairmont State has the privilege of serving a population of students who are more likely to be first generation students, or from a background that makes them more susceptible to housing and basic needs insecurity.

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