Support for College Students

We understand that non-tuition costs like food, child care, and housing can impact the well-being and success of college students. We created this webpage to connect college students with resources and programs that are available in New Jersey.

Resources

  • Child Care

    Learn about programs that can help you pay for child care.

  • Food and Nutrition

    Find out if you are eligible to receive food assistance and how to apply.

  • Housing

    Discover resources available to help find and pay for housing.

  • Mental Health

    Learn more about mental health resources to stay healthy.

  • Employment Benefits

    Use this tool to help determine what federal, state, and local benefits may be available to help.

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