For many students, college isn’t just endless meal plans, late-night study sessions, and newfound freedom. Over 30% of college students are food insecure, 56% of food-insecure students are working, 75% of food-insecure students receive financial aid through their institutions, and 43% have a meal plan (College & University Food Bank Alliance). Indeed, food insecurity cuts across all demographic statuses, enrollment levels, and geographic locations. These stressors affect student success, impact learning, grades, and time to earn degrees. By addressing food insecurity, we also address educational needs.


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Kroger Partners with UNT to Battle Food Insecurity
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UNT to Feed Students for Thanksgiving
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UNT Food Pantry Battles Student Hunger
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Students Fighting Hunger
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Want to partner with us?

The UNT Food Pantry Presented by Kroger is always looking to partner with student organizations, athletic teams, departments and Divisions on campus, professional organizations, etc. For more information on what a partnership looks like with the UNT Food Pantry presented by Kroger looks like, please email us at DOSFoodPantry@unt.edu.