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 resources of support on campus. Pocket Pantries are located across campus. Look for the Pocket Pantry Symbol.
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 in Sbisa and the Commons dining halls. 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.
The window for students to donate unused meals during the Spring 2022 semester has closed.
- Spring 2022 Semester Update: The Swipe out Hunger program is closed for the Spring 2022 semester. Please contact Student Assistance Services if you are experiencing food insecurity and need assistance.