Washington State University has received a grant from the Washington Student Achievement Council to support its efforts for students experiencing homelessness. The grant will fund the Washington Inspiring Students from Homelessness (WISH) program. Sarah Movius, who works with College Success Foundation Scholars programs, will collaborate with community partners, including the Poverty Awareness Task Force and the Whitman County Connections Group, to build a list of resources for homeless students.Explore
On the Verge
Financial costs and challenges go well beyond tuition for lower income students who want to stay in school and succeed.