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California's Community Colleges See the Benefits of Student Housing

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

So that’s when he and other leadership at IVC began exploring the idea of student housing. Through a pilot program that offered 12 housing insecure students homes in RVs, Johnson said IVC learned a lot of lessons about the difficulties and triumphs of residential management, how to support students, and how to build community.

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Student Housing at Sea

Confessions of a Community College Dean

Higher ed has a student housing crisis, Ryan Craig writes. David Foster Wallace was my generation’s answer to Hemingway but—on brand for Gen X—without any of the fun.

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5 Marketing Ideas for Student Housing Apartments

MultiFamily Insider

Navigating the dynamic world of student housing marketing is comparable to catching a moving train – trends evolve rapidly, and staying ahead is both a challenge and a necessity. In the student living world that's changing by the minute, we get it – keeping up can be a challenge!

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HBCUs are getting creative to meet growing student housing demand

University Business

Historically Black colleges and universities have been embroiled in a student housing crisis for decades. The post HBCUs are getting creative to meet growing student housing demand appeared first on University Business. Now, some are getting creative to address the problem. Read more on NBC News.

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UK student housing reaching ‘crisis point’ as bad as 1970s, charity warns

The Guardian Higher Education

Growing numbers of students are experiencing hidden homelessness or accepting poor accommodation Student housing is reaching a “crisis point” not seen since the 1970s, when students slept in sports halls and their cars, and is set to worsen in the new year, a charity has warned.

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Appeals Court Rules Against Berkeley Plan for Student Housing

Confessions of a Community College Dean

A California appeals court has ruled against a plan put forward by the University of California, Berkeley, to develop student housing in People’s Park, the Los Angeles Times reported. Two nonprofit groups sued to block the plan. Berkeley said it would appeal to the California Supreme Court.

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ResEdChat Ep 53: Dr. Jeremy Moore on the Dynamics of Off-Campus Student Housing

Roompact

Dustin chats with Jeremy about the various factors at play currently when it comes to off-campus student housing and how institutions can better support these students. He also discusses his unusual journey to his current position as Dean of Students at Naropa, a very unique institution in Colorado.