Unreliable access to food 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 throughout the year.
Information received in this form allows us 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, or exchange email with a provider – whichever is best for you. Enter information as you feel comfortable. Each field is optional.
Students may walk-in any time to the Wellness Center (on campus at 130 Albany Ave.) to schedule a conversation with a provider. Please keep in mind Wellness Center providers keep pre-scheduled appointments throughout the week.
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.