What a UC Berkeley legal battle says about college housing affordability nationwide

Sunday, March 27, 2022

It’s not just the basic cost of attending college, which has steadily been climbing. And it’s not the stress of getting into a post-secondary program. The problem is housing. For many college students across the country, especially those who are low-income or working class, affordable housing is increasingly illusory. Just as the issue has plagued many families in the US, college students have also been affected, as they often need to live somewhere close to a central campus for as little as possible.

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