Without Free Community College, Can It Still Be a Game Changer for Latino Students?

Felicia Lozano, a barista at Starbucks and a full-time student at San Antonio College, still had to “step it up” and scramble to work more hours to cover community college and living costs this year.

Lozano is studying American Sign Language interpreting, which is a three-year program at the college. She covered her first two years with savings from Social Security benefits after her father died when she was 16. But that money is running out, so she asked to work full time at Starbucks.

“It’s really hard,” she said about working and going to school full time. “It’s really drained me completely.” 

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