Feed the Pack Food Pantry
Located at 2221 Dunn Ave. in the Quad Commons, the Feed the Pack Food Pantry stocks food, household, and hygiene items. The Feed the Pack website has also assembled a list of community resources if you can’t make it to campus or the Feed the Pack Food Pantry is closed.
PACK Meal Share
Recognizing the scope of food insecurity on campus, Student Government led the way in advocating for a student-to-student meal sharing program and is pleased to announce a new partnership with University Dining for students facing short-term food insecurity. Through the donation of guest meals from student meal plans, a pool of meals has been established for students who find themselves temporarily without food options. These meals can be added to a student ID card to allow entry into Fountain, Clark, and Case (breakfast and lunch only) Dining Halls, creating easy and discrete access to meals at no cost. Visit the common Pack Essentials application to apply.
PACK Meal Scholarships
Full and partial meal plan scholarships may be available to students experiencing difficulty in paying for a semester meal plan. These meal plan scholarships are need-based, subject to financial aid considerations and provided by donors to the Division of Academic and Student Affairs. Visit the common Pack Essentials application to apply.
More in My Basket
More in My Basket is a program developed at North Carolina State University/Cooperative Extension that helps reduce hunger by connecting North Carolina residents to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).
NC State Dining Employment
Did you know that NC State Dining employees eat for free each shift they work? Dining also offers competitive salaries and flexible schedules for student employees. Learn more and apply.
University Housing Kitchens
Most campus residence halls offer a community kitchen for students to cook meals. Cookware items are available at the residence hall information desk.
A Place at the Table restaurant
A Place at the Table is a “pay-what-you-can” restaurant close to campus, on the edge of downtown Raleigh. Students can use a token (available at the entry door of the restaurant) for a free meal or they can pay whatever they are able. They can also volunteer at the restaurant in exchange for a meal. This is a small, warm, and inviting place for students to have a meal, meet with friends, and/or study.
University Temporary and Emergency Housing
Coordinated Services and Intake
If you are currently homeless, in immediate danger of becoming homeless, have received an eviction notice from your landlord or are facing a possible eviction after receiving a late notice, you can contact the appropriate agency in your county. Learn more at ncceh.org.
Interact Emergency Shelter
By providing emergency shelter and comprehensive case management services, the Interact Emergency Shelter is designed to ensure that domestic violence victims have the resources and support to meet their basic needs.