The Falcon Bazaar Necessity and Food Pantry is located in Hammond Hall, room G-23 and serves our students who may suffer from food insecurity. It is a free service with walk-in hours of Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. and by appointment through the Student Development Office. Donations of food can be brought to the Student Development Office at any time.
The Falcon Bazaar Necessities and Food Pantry is open in Hammond G-23, in space shared with the campus Falcon Community Outreach Center (FCOC) Center (formerly the Volunteer Center), where students can pick up food and personal care items. Visit our Facebook page.
The Bazaar is always accepting donations. Please visit the Falcon Bazaar Wish List to order items directly. Some staple items include:
- Pop Tarts
- Breakfast Bars
- Individual Sized Cereal
- Microwavable Oatmeal
- Snack Bars
- Bread (White/Wheat/Whole Grain)
- Spices/Salt/Pepper/Goya/Dried Onions/Garlic Salt
- Tuna (Canned)
- Chicken (Canned)
- Peanut butter
- Pasta sauce
- Sauces (Hot Sauce)
- Canned/Bagged beans
- Goya Items
- Individual Microwavable Meals
- Butter (small containers/sticks)
- Quart sized Milk (2%, skim, almond milk, lactaid)
- Individualized yogurts
- *Anything Gluten-Free*
- Soap (Bar/Liquid, Men’s and Women’s)
- Small Hand sanitizer
- Packages of Wet Wipes
- Tooth Paste
- Tooth Brushes
- Men’s/Women’s Razors
- Men’s/Women’s Shaving Cream
- Individual size Q-Tips
Want to donate a guest meal to a fellow student who might need it?
The Falcons Swipe It Forward initiative allows you to donate one of your guest meals to this program. Donated meals are pooled into a bank created by the One Card Office and managed by One Card and Chartwells.
- If you know a student facing food insecurity, nominate them for the Swipe It Forward program!
- Once approved, One Card Office and/or Chartwells moves the meals from the bank to the student’s card.
- Meals will automatically be set up in blocks of five (5) and can be used at any meal in the dining hall.
While we understand this is not a long term hunger fix, it is intended to be part of a larger picture designed to feed students on a limited basis.
How to donate meals
Any student who wishes to donate one of their guest meals can do so during the first few weeks of each semester during breakfast, lunch, or dinner sessions. There is a separate register set up for swipe donations.
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program
Some students may also be eligible for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) (PDF).
Find information about food and necessities resources beyond the campus.