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Emergency Food and Housing Insecurity Resources & Information

Unreliable access to food and housing is a concern for college students of all ages, across the country. Hunger disrupts the day-to-day responsibilities of college study that require hard work and focus. SUNY Cobleskill is committed to making sure students have reliable, stigma-free access to food and housing throughout the year.


On-Campus Resources

Emergency Food Pantry

Our Campus Emergency Food Pantry is now open, serving as a vital resource dedicated to supporting students, faculty, and staff facing food insecurity. The Pantry is located in Bouck Hall near the Mail Room (end of the hallway by the vending machines). 

The Pantry is open Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. (when classes are in session).

To ensure the sustainability of the food pantry and its ability to meet the evolving needs of our students, we kindly encourage ongoing donations. Whether it's non-perishable food items, personal hygiene products, or monetary contributions, every contribution makes a difference. If you would like to make a donation or have any questions regarding the Food Pantry, please contact Emergencyfoodpantry@cobleskill.edu

If you are in need of more resources, please reach out to the Food and Housing Insecurity Task Force through the Confidential Form below.


Information received in this form allows the Food Insecurity Liaison and/or Homeless Liaison to contact you confidentially to discuss your situation, and create a support plan based on your needs. You may schedule an in-person meeting, telephone conversation, virtual meeting, or exchange email with the designated liaison – whichever is best for you. Enter information as you feel comfortable.



Mary Irving

Associate Athletic Director


Jillian Nitchman

Asst Women's Volleyball and Softball Coach, Camps & Clinics Coordinator

LeAnn Pratt

Associate Director of Residential Learning and Wellbeing



Local Area Resources

The Schoharie County Community Action Program Inc. (SCCAP) directs those in the County to local food pantries. Please see a comprehensive list of area resources with the PDF link below.

Local Food Pantry List (PDF)

SNAP Benefits