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‘But increasing costs of education are actually affecting more people,’ she stated. ‘And for several college students who are via low-income families and attending college for the very first time, this can be a continuation of meals insecurity they've known before. It turns into a way of life, and they don't have as many resources to help them out.’ Most university students, with some exceptions, are not eligible for food stamps and many are often already carrying heavy debts loads. And the study discovered that even though most of them work one or more jobs, the financial demands are such that they still may not have enough money for healthy food all the time.