Hunger on campus isn’t a joke about ramen: How unmet needs keep Minnesota students from enrolling in community college.

Hunger on campus isn’t a joke about ramen: How unmet needs keep Minnesota students from enrolling in community college.

December 16, 2021 – Sahan Journal – Community colleges provide the most popular higher-ed pathway for Minnesota’s students of color. But many immigrant students don’t qualify for federal aid. And tuition assistance still leaves more than 40 percent of students struggling to afford balanced meals. One solution: a growing student movement to demand funding for students’ basic needs.

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