Food Assistance Linked to Student Success in College

Thursday, May 09, 2019
Public Policy Institute of California

With funding provided by the University of California system, individual campuses have undertaken a range of strategies to address the problem—including food pantries, free food cafes, and efforts to increase enrollment in CalFresh, the state’s food assistance program for low-income residents.

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