Employer Assisted Housing: Implications for the University of Arizona
PublisherThe University of Arizona.
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AbstractThe nation’s affordable housing shortage affects millions of households as well as businesses and regional economies. This report presents one solution to the affordable housing deficiency: employer assisted housing. Specifically, it provides initial guidelines and research for implementing a housing program at the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona. This document includes a review of employer assisted housing literature, covering both general employer assisted housing publications as well as information specifically relating to universities. Four affordable housing models that could potentially provide a framework for the University of Arizona are also included. Additionally, university case studies are presented that could assist the University of Arizona in implementing a faculty and staff housing program. Finally, recommendations are made, based on the literature and case studies, for a potential faculty and staff housing program.
Degree ProgramGraduate College