Leaving New Jersey was part of the college adventure when Naudia Johnson started her freshman year at Johnson & Wales University, in North Miami. She loved its program in entrepreneurship, the friends she made in the Black Student Union and international business club, and the balmy breezes that wafted through the palm tree-lined walkways.

Even with her scholarship, tuition at the private university was way more than she would have paid if she’d attended a state college back home. But that was a different time, when 18-year-olds’ decisions weren’t shaped by fears of financial crisis or losing a loved one to a pandemic.

When the…

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