A study conducted by the Hope Center found that 15% of students at four-year universities have experienced homelessness as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Tag: Basic Needs Program
Associated Students, Inc. held a virtual event Thursday for Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week to discuss the issue of food insecurity and homelessness among students in the California State University system prior to and during the coronavirus pandemic.
The resolution supports the of incorporating information on the Basic Needs Program into syllabi for each course.
Students were able to receive assistance for food and education on how to eat better as a part of the outreach program sponsored by CalFresh.
ASI kicks off Homelessness Awareness Week by hosting a panel with students who have used the Basic Needs Program
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