A majority of food-insecure community college students, 56%, said their college did not provide food assistance, according to a new report released Wednesday by the Center for Community College Student Engagement. That’s despite 29% of students qualifying as having low food security.

One in five students said they skipped meals or ate less because they didn’t have enough money for food, the report said. Researchers also found that some students tried to save food for days they had class.

Housing costs challenged students as well. More than one in four respondents, 27%, said they were unable to cover their living expenses in full at least once in the past year. And 14% qualified as having a low level of housing security.

Read the full article about college student security by Laura Spitalniak at Higher Education Dive.