This report from the Hope Center for College, Community, and Justice summarizes the findings of a survey of over 38,000 students on the security of their basic needs as well as multiple indicators of their well-being, including employment, academic engagement, and mental health.
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Connecting to Opportunity: Lessons on Adapting Interventions for Young People Experiencing Homelessness or Systems Involvement
The Learn and Earn to Achieve Potential (LEAP) initiative aims to improve education and employment outcomes for young people ages 15 to 25 who have been involved in the child welfare and justice systems or who are experiencing homelessness.
This guide from the Hope Center for College, Community, and Justice aims to provide concrete tips and resources to support students who are homeless or with experience in foster care in order to promote health and educational success during the COVID-19 crisis.
This guide from the Hope Center for College, Community, and Justice provides key principles for distributing emergency aid to students. Emergency aid is a critical college retention tool for supporting students who face economic shortfalls that might disrupt their college education.
This guide from the Hope Center for College, Community, and Justice provides support for colleges and universities across the United States and around the world as they work to keep their students, faculty, and staff healthy, safe, and educated during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Watch our video to hear from our network research teams as they discuss the benefits of participating in the College Completion Network and collaborating with fellow researchers and higher education practitioners.