COVID-19 Related Off-Campus Resources [PDF]

We've assembled some off-campus self-help resources [PDF] to assist with basic needs in a time where some SJSU students might be looking for additional support.

Spartan Food Pantry

Spartan Food Pantry

No student should ever go hungry. This full service walk-in pantry offers perishable goods, fresh produce, and refrigerated goods at SJSU.

CalFresh

CalFresh

Get help applying for CalFresh, which provides a monthly cash supplement loaded onto a debit card to use for buying groceries.

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Swipe Out Hunger

Learn how you can donate unused meals from your campus meal plan to help other students. 

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100 Days Challenge brings additional support for homelessness

Matriculating SJSU students age 17-25 experiencing homlessness or housing insecurity may be eligible for additional housing support now. While SJSU Cares has worked with the Bill Wilson Center (BWC) in the past a new our new joint 100 Days Challenge in collaboration with Santa Clara County organizations positions the BWC to make a greater impact to reduce homelessness. During the time of the Challenge the county helped house or keep housed 134 college-engaged youth.  If you need assistance, the help is still out there. 

Request for Assistance Form

Get assistance for someone in need

Get assistance for someone in need

Whether you need financial assistance yourself or are concerned about a friend or student, please submit a Request for Assistance [form] from SJSU Cares.

Request for Assistance Form

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Photo courtesy of the Fire Weather Research Lab

Emergency assistance

SJSU Cares also provides help after natural disasters and other emergency situations, from floods and fires to burglaries and break-ins.

Request for Assistance Form

Case Manager

How can a Case Manager help?

A Case Manager will meet with you (either in person or over the phone) to understand the circumstances surrounding your financial crisis—and then work directly with you to find resources on campus or in the community to help you succeed.

Case Management