One locale to help students with basic living insecurities

Thursday, March 14, 2024
Community College Daily

Edmonds College students can visit the school’s food pantry, apply for small grants to cover unexpected emergencies and seek temporary housing available in the community — all in one building. The Washington college opened the Triton Student Resource Hub in its Olympic Building in January 2020. Billed as a “one-stop center for help when you need it,” the two-story building aims to mitigate stigmas and offer a safe and welcoming environment.  

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