Cramming for an exam on an empty stomach. Sleeping in a car after not being able to pay rent. Missing class because childcare falls through. While more prevalent at some institutions than others, every day students on every campus struggle to achieve their academic and career goals because of basic needs insecurity.
In this panel discussion, you’ll hear from higher education leaders on strategies and resources that your institution can use to support the basic needs of your students, including food, housing, childcare and healthcare. Learn how your institution can break down common barriers to help students stay safe, focused and on track to graduate.
- Iris Aguilar, Executive Director, Equity and Community Impact, Foundation for California Community Colleges
- Dr. Leroy Durant, Vice President for Student Development and Services, Claflin University
- Dr. Emily Stone, Dean of Counseling and Student Success Programs, Diablo Valley College
- Scott Jaschik, Editor and Co-Founder, Inside Higher Ed
Let's Get the Conversation Started
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