The Hope Center

Projects

Our projects are partnerships with colleges and universities, community organizations, and policymakers. They all seek to address challenges of life, logistics, and finances for #RealCollege students.

#RealCollege Survey

The #RealCollege survey is the nation’s largest, longest-running annual assessment of basic needs insecurity among college students. Since 2015, we have offered reports for all participating institutions and systems, and issued a national report. To date, more than 400 colleges and universities have participated, and more than 330,000 students have responded to share their realities.

Dallas College Text Campaign Launched

The Hope Center for College, Community and Justice and its partners have launched a federally-funded texting messaging study designed to assess whether students achieve greater academic success when provided with information about emergency aid, food and housing support during the pandemic.


Projects from The Hope Center

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Reports

The Wisconsin HOPE Lab and the American Council on Education Center for Policy Research and Strategy strongly urge the Technical
Higher education financing is receiving historic levels of attention. Parents and students gather around kitchen tables struggling to put together
Single Stop USA, a national not-for-profit, endeavors to help financially vulnerable families around the nation gain economic security by connecting
Over the past 100 years, community colleges have evolved to become the largest sector of higher education, representing over 8
For almost fifty years, the federal government has tried to make the American Dream universally accessible by using need-based financial
When millions of American soldiers returned home from World War II, a nation grateful for their service greeted them with
Nearly every child in America hopes to become a college graduate. Her ambitions are at least partly realistic—rates of high

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