A California State University survey released in February reported that roughly 8 percent of students experienced homelessness in 2015. Of the 23 schools surveyed, SF State’s support offerings for housing and food insecure students fell below average.

In the video: Golden Gate Xpress speaks with three people who faced housing insecurity during their time as college students.

Read more: Improvements planned for “abysmally low” University support of homeless students

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  1. That is great when students support teachers and they do the same in return. The relationships between these two sides are hard but when they find compromise, that is great. When I studied at college, I asked my teacher to help to write essay and she helped me with it.(I needed to present it live on public and I needed help with it). That is only in sake of our good relations and mutual support.

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