Screenshot of the OhSNAP! food pantry at the bottom floor of the Humboldt State Jolly Giant Commons. | James Wilde

Students Rely on OhSNAP! in Pandemic

On-campus food pantry provides for students in need
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On-campus food pantry provides for students in need

With the J dining hall closed and grocery stores inducing anxiety, some students are relying on Humboldt State’s OhSNAP! pantry for food.

OhSNAP! will remain open for the rest of the semester, serving students Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to noon and Thursdays from 1 to 3 p.m. on the bottom floor of the Jolly Giant Commons. OhSNAP! can also deliver food directly to you if you can’t make it to campus (email mira@humboldt.edu for more information).

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  1. wolfgangsterling wolfgangsterling Wednesday, April 29, 2020

    This is a Wonderful Idea… Will they Serve NON Students as well? There are Many People in the Arcata Community That are in Need…

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