On-Campus Food Pantry Opens
Inside or outside of the classroom, Montclair State wants to assist in student success. This includes providing students with basic necessities. Not all students have adequate shelter or have enough to eat.
Monday, April 18 & Wednesday, May 3
To combat food insecurity on our campus, Montclair State University is proud to announce the opening of our on-campus food pantry, for current Montclair State undergraduate and graduate students.
The Pantry will be open on:
Monday, April 18
Wednesday, May 3
The food pantry is located on the first floor of the Student Center (by the north-side of the building, next to the loading dock/freight elevator). Don't forget to bring your University ID card.
We Need Your Feedback
The university is launching an on-campus food pantry this semester to help students who may be struggling in obtaining food on a regular basis. In order to better serve students, please answer the questions listed below. This survey is anonymous and will only be used for the development of the on-campus food pantry.
Go to: Food Pantry Survey
How Can I Help?
The following are suggested items for donation. Please bring your items to the Center for Community Engagement, Sprague Library, Room 140.
- 100% fruit juices in single serving boxes
- Canned fruit packed in juice
- Canned vegetables
- Dry goods: pasta, oatmeal, rice, cereal, beans
- Meals in a can: stew, chili, soup
- Peanut butter, jelly, almond butter
- Proteins: canned chicken, fish, meats
- Shelf-safe milk
- Tomato sauce
If you have questions about the food pantry please contact: