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College Housing Challenges Extend to Faculty and Staff

The shortage of affordable housing for students, faculty, and staff has been a longstanding issue for colleges and universities in densely populated areas such...

College Students Contend with Growing Housing Crisis

From major metropolitan cities to rural areas, housing costs across the U.S. have skyrocketed. In 2021, the median home sales price rose nearly 17...

Students, Community Members Call for UChicago to Pay Reparations to City’s...

In early February, a group of University of Chicago (UChicago) students, local activists, and community residents held a virtual event calling on the university...

Long Beach City College Launches Safe Parking Program for Homeless Students

A 2020 COVID-19 student impact survey conducted by California Community Colleges found that 57 percent of students experienced housing and food insecurity during the...

Oregon Colleges Now Required to Help Students Find Food, Housing Aid

Colleges and universities in Oregon will soon be adding a new position to their workforce. State lawmakers recently passed a mandate requiring all public...

ASU Releases Foundational Study on Housing Solutions for Autistic Adults

The Arizona State University (ASU) Morrison Institute for Public Policy published a report in January that is expected to be a pivotal resource on...

While Supreme Court Weighs LGBTQ Equality, Some States Are Ahead on...

The United States Supreme Court is currently in the process of deciding whether Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 — which...

Dorm Design Affects Student Outcomes, Especially for African Americans

  In order to maintain a competitive edge in student recruitment, many schools now offer stylish on-campus housing options that provide more amenities and privacy...

Gender-Inclusive Housing Promotes Safe, welcoming Campus for All Students

When Elliott Hobaugh applied to the University of Montana (UM), he was concerned about where to live on campus. As a transgender man, he...