Finances, deportation fears add to stress of migrant college students
Fears of deportation, financial worries and the shifting political landscape all contribute to their anxiety, according to a new report from UCLA.
College students in America already face a tough road ahead.
There are high-intensity classes, rising tuition rates and, once they turn their tassles, a rapidly changing and competitive job market.
But if you're a college student who first came to this country illegally, it gets even tougher.
A new report from UCLA looks into the story of migrant college students and the extra pressures they face.
Co-author Carola Suárez-Orozco explains that fears of deportation, financial worries and the shifting political landscape all contribute to their anxiety.