Food Pantry

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About the Food Pantry at UACCB

The Food Pantry offers non-perishable food items to any UACCB student.

Students do not have to show proof of income or verify tax information to participate, although the state food bank does ask for an application to be filled out for demographic purposes. And students can come as often as needed, whether it's one time or every time the doors are open.

The new food pantry also has a few personal hygiene items, such as laundry soap and shampoo.

Important Info

The Food Pantry is located in the Main Classroom Building, Room 226 and is open the first and third Thursday of each month

Contact Info

Kristen Cross

Financial Aid Director

Office: MCB 225 C

Jennifer Emery

Academic Advisor and Retention Specialist

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