Tips for Helping Homeless Youth Succeed in College

Focuses on helping youth experiencing homelessness succeed in college. The tip sheet highlights best practices for supporting these students from institutions across the country. The transition from secondary to postsecondary education can be challenging for any student, but especially for youth who have histories of trauma, mobility, and lack of family support. Teachers, counselors, McKinney-Vento liaisons, and service providers can play a key role in supporting the decision to go to college and assisting youth in the transition.

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