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USDA Food Security in the U.S.
Report: Hunger On Campus - The National Student Campaign Against Hunger and Homelessness
Report: Hunger On Campus Authors: James Dubick, Clare Cady, Brandon Mathews
Hunger On Campus: The Challenge of Food Insecurity for College Students
In order to expand the understanding of campus food insecurity, the coordinators of this report set out to implement the broadest study on this issue to date by surveying students across a wide range of regions and school types. In doing so, the goal was to foster a more expansive understanding of campus food insecurity and its impact on students, while also bringing national attention to this critical issue.
STILL HUNGRY AND HOMELESS IN COLLEGE
HOPE Lab annotated list of Food and Needs Insecurity studies
Annotated Bibliography of Food Insecurity and Needs Insecurity Studies
Studies of basic needs insecurity among college students, once rare, have become increasingly
public awareness of the problem has grown. The HOPE Lab compiles an
annotated list of
and adds to it each month. Prior to 20
11, only two studies that we are aware of measured
food or housing insecurity among U.S. postsecondary populations.
Since that time, more than 20
studies have been released.
Given the number of studies, the many different types of institutions,
locations, and study designs, estimates of food and housing insecurity range widely for both community
colleges and 4-year colleges.
FOOD AND HOUSING SECURITY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
Student Food Access Security and Basic Needs (FAS-BN)
Guided by the findings of an in-depth University of California survey, President Janet Napolitano in July 2016 approved $3.3 million in new funding over the next two years to help students regularly access nutritious food on campus and off.
The funding, which includes $151,000 for each of UC’s 10 campuses, is in addition to the $75,000 per campus that Napolitano allocated in 2015 to address the immediate challenges of ensuring that students have ready access to nutritious food, and reflects the UC Global Food Initiative goal of promoting a nutritious, sustainable food supply.
The CUNY Urban Food Policy Institute