All information and services are confidential and discreet to all TAMIU students. Our mission is to help currently enrolled students focus on their studies without facing the burden of food insecurity. Dusty’s Food Pantry is willing to provide a temporary supplemental supply of nonperishable goods to students who submit
It's important to understand the difference between hunger and food insecurity, both terms are closely related but distinctive. Hunger is when one is having personal, physical sensation or discomfort, and food insecurity means the lack of available financial resources for food at the level of the household. Food insecurity involves the lack of having a nutritious meal to keep an energize day. The issue does not have a face but it can impact anyone at a given moment.
A one-time online form is required for demographic and data purposes only. All services are confidential. After submission of
The College and University Food Bank Alliance (CUFBA) is dedicated to providing support, training and resources to campus-based food banks/pantries and other food insecurity initiatives that primarily serve students. To alleviate the barriers and challenges associated with food insecurity and hunger so that college and university students can remain in school, and ultimately, earn their degrees. For more information about CUFBA, visit the CUFBA official website.
Student Center, Room 226 (second floor level in the Office of Student Conduct and Community Engagement)
Dusty’s Food Pantry is always accepting donations, which can be dropped off at STC 226. Desired donated items include the following:
***Please ensure that all donations have not passed the "best by, "sell by" or expiration dates.***
If your office or organization is planning to host a food collection drive, please notify us by calling (956)326-2265 and complete the donation request form.