The 12th Can:
The 12th Can is a student-run food pantry located at Texas A&M to serve all students, faculty, and staff in need of assistance. The pantry is open twice a month. Dates and times are located on the website.
Brazos Valley Food Bank:
The vision of the Brazos Valley Food Bank is a hunger-free Brazos Valley. The Brazos Valley Food Bank provides food and programming for individuals who are affected by hunger.
The purpose of the Pocket Pantry Program is to provide temporary relief to Texas A&M students in need who are experiencing food insecurity by providing immediate access to non-perishable food and toiletries before directing them to additional support resources on campus. Pocket Pantries are located across campus. Look for the Pocket Pantry Symbol. More information about pantry locations and starting a pantry will be available by Spring 2023. For questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
College of Education & Human DevelopmentHarrington TowerSuite 570Graduate students only
|Academic Success Center||Rudder Tower||9th Floor||All students|
|Academic Success Center||Rudder Tower||1oth Floor||Varies|
|Aggie One Stop||General Services Complex||1st Floor||All students|
|College of Arts & Sciences
Transition Academic Programs
|Academic Building||Suite 107||All students|
|College of Arts and Sciences||Academic Building||Suite 107||All students|
|College of Education & Human Development||Harrington Tower||Suite 100||SEHD Undergraduate & Graduates|
|College of Education & Human Development||Harrington Tower||Suite 570||Graduate students only|
|College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences||Main Stairwell||Vet Med students|
|Don & Ellie Knauss Veterans Resource & Support Center (VRSC)||Memorial Student Center||Suite 150||Student veterans & military-affiliated students (active duty, Reserves, National Guard, spouses & dependents)|
|International Student & Scholar Services||Pavilion||Room 110||International students, International scholars, and families attached to those groups.|
|LAUNCH||Henderson Hall||Room 202||Varies|
|Mays Business School, Office of Diversity and Inclusion||Wehner||Room 242||Business Students|
|Office for Student Success||Hotard Hall||Varies|
|Residence Life||Hullabaloo||24-hr Desk
|School of Architecture-Department of Architecture||Langford C||Basement||Varies|
|School of Pharmacy||Reynolds Medical Sciences Building||Room 356||Varies|
|School of Public Health||School of Public Health Admin. Building||Back Breezeway||Public Health students|
|Student Activities||Koldus||Room 126||All students|
|Student Health Services||Beutel Health Center||All students|
|University Writing Center||Evans Library||2nd Floor||All students|
Swipe Out Hunger:
This program allows students to donate unused meal swipes at the end of each semester to other students who cannot afford a meal plan. These meals can be used at the Sbisa, Commons, or Duncan dining halls. Students may receive (3) initial swipes to begin. If you are experiencing food insecurity and would like to learn more about the resources complete the Swipe Out Hunger Form or contact Student Assistance Services at 979-845-3113. Please note that meals may only be distributed to students who have run out of meal swipes and dining dollars.
The form for Fall 2022 is currently open and will remain available until swipes are depleted for the semester.