A new study confirms that postsecondary students are experiencing significant rates of food insecurity and homelessness—and provides the first nationally representative federal data set of its kind.
Bipartisan support grows for statewide legislation that expands access to higher education for youth with a history of being in foster care, who experience significant challenges to college completion, including high rates of housing insecurity and difficulties affording college costs.
Georgetown University provides bridge housing during winter and summer university breaks to students facing difficulties.
With enrollment on the rise at some historically Black colleges and universities, schools are thinking outside the box—and even using shipping containers—to provide housing accommodations.
The University of California system is working to meet increased demand for campus housing, as skyrocketing rents off-campus leave low-income students scrambling.
Colleges and universities across the country are working to expand student housing as on-campus residences reach capacity and skyrocketing off-campus rents leave students with few affordable options.
Nationwide rent increases and housing shortages in college towns have left many institutions scrambling to find students a place to live.
Two-thirds of HBCU students surveyed in fall 2020 reported basic needs insecurity, according to a report released in tandem with a new initiative to help historically black institutions advocate for funding and deepen their support services.
California college students are navigating an unprecedented affordable housing crisis, with many reporting homelessness, living in cars or hotels, or commuting long distances.
Facing high rents and limited on- and off-campus room availability, many U.S. college and university students are reporting difficulty securing housing for the fall term.
Two-year colleges, state lawmakers, and community organizations are ramping up their efforts to provide affordable housing for students experiencing or at risk for homelessness.
A new report shows the pandemic’s impact on college students’ food and housing struggles, finding that 58 percent of students experienced basic needs insecurity in fall 2020.