All campuses have food pantries on campus or in the community. Most campuses offer either food pantries, food distribution services and/or campus community gardens. They offer emergency funds and grants to students when unexpected challenges arise. While the services may vary, staff are committed to your well-being and to connecting you to the resources you need.
Resources by Campus
- Abington: Food Pantries in the Region
- Abington: LionShare
- Altoona: Ivyside Eats Food Pantry
- Beaver: Lion’s Pantry
- Behrend: Food Security Project
- Berks: Check the Pennsylvania food banks by county.
- Brandywine: How to Utilize the Food Pantry
- DuBois: Located in the office of Student Affairs in Hiller Building. The food bank is open to all students.
- Fayette: Food Pantry
- Great Valley: Check the Pennsylvania food banks by county.
- Greater Allegheny: Food Security Initiative
- Harrisburg: WE CARE Food Pantry
- Hazleton: Check the Pennsylvania food banks by county.
- Lehigh Valley: LionShare Food Pantry
- Mont Alto: The Lion’s Pantry
- New Kensington: Check the Pennsylvania food banks by county.
- Schuylkill: Campus Food Pantry
- Scranton: Food Pantry
- Shenango: Nittany Nook Food Pantry
- University Park: The Lion’s Pantry
- Wilkes-Barre: Food Bank
- York: Homeless Students
Students can access food pantries provided by their local communities and by most Penn State campuses. If you are not on a campus or there is no food pantry on your campus, the following resources will connect you to a food bank near you: