Campus Food Pantry Provides Resources for Student


The Truman Food Pantry is a resource on campus that offers food and hygiene products to assist students.

The pantry is available to all Truman students. There are no income eligibility requirements for use, and all that is needed is a Truman ID when picking up items. Students are asked to complete a one-time form on their first visit, but use of the pantry will not become apart of the student’s record, nor will the student’s information be shared.

The food pantry is located in the Student Union Building Room 1106 (SERVE Center) and is open 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday-Friday and 12-4 p.m. Sundays. In addition to these hours, throughout the year, there will be pop-up pantry events that allow students to make their own food packs or pick up one that is already prepared. This semester’s pop-up pantrys will take place 2-5 p.m. Feb. 1, March 7, April 4 and May 2 in the Student Union Down Under.

Those who would like to support the food pantry can do so by donating to the Truman Food Pantry Foundation Fund. Another way to donate is by purchasing items on the Food Pantry’s Amazon Wishlist. The list is filled with a variety of items, both food and hygiene products, that are high in demand when students request packs. Physical, non-expired, food donations can also be made in the boxes outside of the SERVE Center Office in the Student Union Building 1106.

Additional information can be found on the food pantry website, by emailing, or by following @tsuservecenter on Instagram.
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