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REPORT: The Hope Center: Guide to Assessing Basic Needs Insecurity in Higher Education, Fall 2019

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Campus-specific basic needs data is key to student leaders on the ground in advocating for programs and institutional policies on campus, as well as bringing the issue to the attention of legislators locally and federally. 

The Hope Center for College, Community, and Justice Fall 2019 Guide walks leaders on the ground through the best practices in conducting campus-wide data collection, administering the survey, and analyzing and preparing the report to better understand campus demographics in designing interventions and inspiring change in their communities and beyond.

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