Faculty & Staff
Leadership & Policy
Tag: Dr. Sara Goldrick-Rab
Report: Students Who Self-Reported COVID-19 Experience More Mental Health, Food Insecurity Challenges
Although the pandemic continues to upend higher education, the toll of COVID-19 infections on college students remains scarcely understood. But a new study found that students with self-reported COVID-19 infections are more likely to face food insecurity, anxiety, and depression, according to The Hope Center for College, Community, and Justice.
August 3, 2021
Report Analyzes Effects of COVID-19 on Texas Students’ Mental Health, Employment and Basic Needs Insecurity
A new report, “#RealCollege2021: Basic Needs Insecurity Among Texas College Students During the Ongoing Pandemic,” analyzed around 13,000 student responses from 14 colleges and universities within the state between September and November 2020.
May 18, 2021
During the Pandemic, 3 in 5 Students Face Food and Housing Insecurity, a New Study Finds
It’s no secret that college students are struggling with food, housing and job insecurity during the coronavirus pandemic. But a new study from the Hope Center For College, Community, and Justice detailed the magnitude of the problem, surveying 38,602 students at 54 colleges and universities in 26 states.
June 15, 2020
Student Parents Face Severe Housing and Food Insecurity, a New Report Finds
Student parents face severe housing and food insecurity, according to a new report from the Hope Center For College, Community, and Justice, a research center focused on college completion.
May 7, 2020
Berea College Praised For Coronavirus Response
Kentucky’s Berea College is winning plaudits for the way it is dealing with the coronavirus crisis. Berea has canceled all in-person classes from March 13 until, it appears, the end of the academic year. The institution has also put in place measures to help families deal with the financial impact of asking most students to leave campus.
March 12, 2020
Scholars Critique White House Higher Ed Policies, 2020 Candidates’ Proposals
Considering unease on many campuses regarding the Trump administration’s higher education policies – and proposals about college accessibility and affordability by presidential candidates who would like to win the White House next year — some academicians say the 2020 elections present significant opportunities to address urgent issues facing postsecondary learning.
July 15, 2019
Survey Spotlights Food and Housing Insecurities at CUNY
A survey that encompassed 19 CUNY campuses shows that the vast majority of students are not receiving support from public assistance programs.
March 27, 2019
Clark Atlanta ‘Housing Crisis’ Hints at Institutions Relying on Tuition Revenue
While Wednesday marked the first day of classes at Clark Atlanta University, nearly 150 students were still waiting Tuesday for answers about their housing accommodations on campus.
August 15, 2018
“Achieving the Dream’ ID’s Student Issues
NASHVILLE — Advancing equity, strengthening advising and improving pedagogy and curriculum were among the issues explored this week at the annual meeting of Achieving the Dream.
February 21, 2018
New York Governor Proposes Legislation to End Hunger at all Public State Schools
New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo will introduce legislation this year that would require all State University and City University of New York system schools to establish food pantries or other “stigma-free” arrangements for food-insecure students to have access to food.
January 3, 2018
Page 1 of 1