Serving Homeless and Food Insecure Students

Presents findings that shed light on challenges occurring across institutions of higher education nationwide. Findings indicated that California State University campuses were developing programs to support the needs of displaced and food insecure students; however there was a need for staff, faculty and administrators to better understand this student population, their size, their experiences with services, and their rates of retention.

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