Support local journalism that reflects Minnesota.

Sahan Journal publishes deep, reported news about immigrants and communities of color — the kind of stories you won’t find anywhere else.

Your tax-deductible support will help us continue to provide honest and thorough journalism for Minnesota's diverse communities.

$
$
$

Your contribution is appreciated.

To continue reading this article and others for free, please sign up for our newsletter.

Sahan Journal publishes deep, reported news for and with immigrants and communities of color—the kind of stories you won’t find anywhere else.

Unlock our in-depth reporting by signing up for our free newsletter.

Processing…
Success! You're on the list.
Posted inEDUCATION

Half of all Minnesota community college students struggle to pay for housing. And now, a pandemic rental-assistance program is ending. Students of color and college administrators say they need solutions.

Minnesota community colleges and their students are looking for housing support as federal COVID rental aid expires. When homelessness looms, students say, classes and studying suffer. “We have a serious concern; we are very worried,” says one college administrator.