Student Food Resources

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To address food insecurity within our campus community, in efforts to empower SJSU students to succeed academically.


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Off-Campus Resources


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On-Campus Resources


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Eating Well on a Budget


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Fall 2014 SJSU Student Food Access Survey

Are you finding yourself struggling to afford food while attending SJSU? You are not alone. A recent Student Affairs survey found that approximately half of SJSU students are sometimes skipping meals due to cost. This website provides information and resources for students dealing with food insecurity. Please email us if you have questions or would like us to add any resources that aren't currently listed. 

Would your department like to hear more about what food resources are available to students and about other projects the SJSU Student Hunger Committee is working on? 

Contact Stephanie Fabian to schedule a short presentation:

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Had to Skip a Meal or Cut the Size of a Meal because Not Enough Money

4,286 students surveyed if they had to skip a meal or cut the size of a meal because not enough money. 47.7% Never True, 32.9% Sometimes True, 11.7% Often True.

4,286 Students Surveyed