The Cornell Food Pantry, an initiative to help address food insecurity at Cornell, opened its doors to the Cornell community on October 16, 2019.
Located in 109 McGraw Place, the Cornell Food Pantry is just off University Avenue, across from Alice Cook House on West Campus. Free, confidential access to food and personal care items is available to Cornell undergraduate and graduate students, as well as Cornell staff and faculty. We also have student positions available for those who'd like to work at the Food Pantry.
The Cornell Food Pantry is open Tuesdays and Thursdays 4-7pm, Wednesdays and Fridays 10am-1pm, and Sundays 12-3pm.
Enroll to participate:
Visit mealplan.scl.cornell.edu/foodpantry to enroll in the Food Pantry program.
Student Associate $11.45/hour
Student Supervisor $12.50/hour
Student Manager $13.50/hour
Text 'BRB' to 555888 to apply.
Food insecurity is on the rise among college students. A person who is food insecure has at times run out of money to buy food, or they sometimes run out of food before they can get more money. It has been estimated that 1 in 3 college students faces food insecurity.