University of California, Berkeley, this week opened a nearly 3,000-square-foot Basic Needs Center that brings together an array of resource-assistance programs.
Basic needs insecurity was a major theme at a recent convening of community college leaders, where presenters also announced several new initiatives focused on expanding the use of adaptive courseware and improving single mothers’ degree completion.
Colleges and universities are investing significantly in campus food pantries, according to a new report published by The Hope Center for College, Community, and Justice.
Why does higher education in the United States cost more than in other countries? The Atlantic says state budget cuts, high faculty and staff costs, and little centralized price regulation make U.S. college options difficult to navigate.