How Compton College addresses basic needs

Wednesday, December 14, 2022
Inside Higher Ed

A new policy brief released by NextGen Policy, a social justice advocacy organization, and Compton College upholds the college as a model for how other California community colleges can address food and housing insecurity on their campuses. The brief outlines a variety of ways Compton College has sought to ensure students have access to food and housing, including having students fill out a single form to convey all their needs rather than requiring them to go to multiple offices for help, and employing a director of student basic needs and success. 

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