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Did you know 15% of college students experience Housing Instability?

You can be a part of the solution! Learn about the H.O.S.T Program ,”Housing Options for Students Today”, a community-based, low-cost strategy that matches college students with host families who provide a safe, private, and affirming space in their homes.

Get More Information Tuesday, May 10th, 2022 at 1:00 pm in the Willie E. Gary Student Center Ballroom

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