Food Insecurity Among College Students

Focuses on the latest research, reports, and resources from government agencies, academic researchers, think tanks, and elsewhere at the intersection of food insecurity, poverty, the federal nutrition programs, and health. This brief builds on a 2014 review by highlighting some of the latest research on food insecurity among U.S. college students, including the prevalence, risk factors, and consequences, then concluding with policy and programmatic recommendations to identify and address this problem.

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