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Updated research data on food insecurity among college students:
  • It’s estimated that 33-51% of college students in the U.S. experience food insecurity - compared to approx. 10% of the general public
 
  • This is due to dramatic shifts in the affordability of college and the fact that many families cannot financially support their adult children
 
  • 71% are “nontraditional,” meaning they may possess the following characteristics: experience financial independence, are enrolled part-time, work full-time while in school, are caretakers for dependents, and/or did not receive a traditional high school diploma.
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Donate Using Swoop's Amazon Wishlist!

Swoop's would like to highlight a convenient way to help students: Donating through the Amazon Wishlist! Follow this link to see a current list of what the pantry is in need of.
It's time for back to school!! Here is a current list of Swoop's needed items for students this fall:
To make a monetary gift online visit our EMU Foundation Website

Visit our Amazon Wishlist to have items shipped directly to the pantry! 

Fall 2021 Hours:
Monday 10:00am-5:00pm
Tuesday CLOSED
Wednesday 12:00-6:30pm
Thursday 12:00-5:00pm
Friday 12:00-5:00pm

Located in the John and Angie Sabo
Swoop's Food Pantry Room 
104 Pierce Hall


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