Beyond the Food Pantry Series

Beyond the Food Pantry Series

The Consolidated Appropriations Act 2021 will provide $22 billion of aid to institutions. This builds on the funds distributed under
While enrollment, retention, and persistence numbers are plummeting across the nation, the economic crisis resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic creates
When the pandemic struck in March 2020 and the City College of San Francisco (CCSF) had to close, students lost
Basic needs security is a key factor in determining a student’s likelihood of finishing college, but there is more to
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought new focus to the need to support college students’ basic needs to improve their success
We have a more recent brief on this issue. Go here for the latest guidance. Updated April 24, 2020 Through
Emergency aid is a critical college retention tool for supporting students who face economic shortfalls that might disrupt their college
Dear college students, We know this is a time of tremendous stress and uncertainty. Please know that you are not
To help you effectively support students, our team at The Hope Center for College, Community, and Justice offer considerations and
Many students who have experienced homelessness or foster care do not have a strong support system to which they can
Our primary guide provides support for colleges and universities across the United States and around the world as they scramble
Trauma is a significant mental health phenomenon that should not be confused with the stress of a failed exam or
Given demonstrably high rates of housing insecurity and homelessness among the nation’s community college students, innovative public housing authorities have
March 2019 Hope Center and MAZON The U.S. Government Accountability Office estimates that 57% of students who are likely food
May 2019 Clare Cady, Edward Conroy, Sara Goldrick-Rab, Michael Rosen Today’s students need more support than they receive. Thanks to
December 2020 Sharing information about supports for students’ basic needs on course syllabi is an inexpensive, efficient, and effective way
November 2019 For the nearly 85% of college students who live off campus, rent and utilities are major costs that
December 2019 High school graduates are heading to college in smaller numbers and the completion rates of those who do