In February, the US Senate passed legislation that would make it easier for students to attend college.
But it also gave college students an additional boost, by giving them access to some of the more affordable private schools.
The move has been welcomed by some groups that want to see more affordable schools opened up to students.
But others are concerned about the impact on students who may have to move out of the area due to a lack of affordable housing.
A spokesperson for the state’s department of housing and community development told CNN: “While the US has an excellent system of community colleges and universities, they can and should provide quality housing and support for students.”
The spokesperson said the state was also working to create a “comprehensive suite of housing solutions” for students who need to move away.
According to the Department of Housing and Community Development, it currently provides support to over 100,000 students in Florida.
This isn’t the first time the state has looked to expand access to affordable housing for students.
In January, Florida passed a law to allow families to move into housing vouchers for low-income families.
The legislation allows families with children under 18 to be able to receive up to $4,000 for a two-bedroom unit, $5,000 per unit for a three-bedroom, and $10,000 a unit for an four-bedroom.
However, it doesn’t address the need for more affordable housing, as many students still don’t have access to that kind of housing.