Student Hunger on Campus: Food Insecurity Among College Students and Implications for Academic Institutions

Estimates the prevalence of food insecurity among students at a large mid-Atlantic publicly funded university and examines the association between food insecurity, demographic characteristics, potential financial risk factors, and self-reported physical and mental health and academic performance. The research also identifies possible risk factors for food insecurity.

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