The Basic Needs Initiative provides a framework for the CSU's 23 campuses to take a more coordinated approach to developing programs and strategies that support students who are experiencing food and housing insecurity.
Henoc PreciadoInterim Project Manager, Student Wellness & Basic Needs Initiatives Academic and Student Affairs
Araceli EsparzaCoordinator, Student Wellness & Basic Needs Initiatives Academic and Student Affairs
Lea M. Jarnagin, Ed.D.Interim Systemwide Director, Student Wellness & Basic Needs InitiativesAcademic and Student Affairs
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