Student Food Pantry
The Delta Student Food Pantry provides food to help students stay focused on their academic success.
Spring Term 2014*
(May 6 - June 25)
Tuesday: 11am - 3pm
Wednesday: 11am - 3pm
or by appointment
CLOSED: Monday, Thursday & Friday
Summer Term 2014*
(June 26 - August 25)
CLOSED - NO APPOINTMENTS
*the Student Food Pantry is CLOSED when classes are not in session.
Hours will vary by semester. Please call ahead for hours of operation.
Location: West Courtyard Level
To receive food from the Pantry, students must present their Delta student ID card or a driver's license and be enrolled at Delta in the current semester. Students will be asked to fill out a brief intake form with basic information. All student information is kept confidential.
Taking From the Pantry
Students will be provided with various non-perishable items from the pantry. Students are encouraged to bring their own grocery bag or to reuse the grocery bag they are given upon their first visit to the pantry. The maximum amount of food a student can receive in a one month period is a total of seven bags (4 lunch bags and 3 pre-packaged bags). Students can use the Pantry services up to a maximum of four times per month, with a limit of one visit per day.
Donating to the Pantry
Want to help us keep the Pantry stocked for students in need? Donations are accepted during open hours. We accept non-perishable (non-expired) food, gift cards to local grocery stores or monetary donations. Checks can be made payable to the Delta College with "Student Food Pantry" in the memo line. Donations are tax-deductible and a receipt will be issued.
Our most needed donation items include:
- pasta and pasta sauce
- canned fruit
- granola bars
- instant meals
- rice or flavored rice packets
- snack items
If a student needs additional help, the following community resources are available:
Midland, Gratiot, Isabella, Clare or Gladwin County
Bay or Arenac County
Delta College Counseling
*Services are provided by funding through United Way