Hungry to Learn: Addressing Food & Housing Insecurity Among Undergraduates

Summarizes the results of a survey examining food and housing insecurities among more than 4,000 undergraduates matriculating at 10 community colleges across the nation. The results found that about half of community college students are struggling with food or housing insecurities or both. The challenges in these areas varied in severity, from marginal security to very low security.

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