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Office for Access & Opportunity

Office for Access & Opportunity Food Pantry

Request a Food Pantry Go Bag

The Office for Access and Opportunity, Women*s Center, Center for Civic Engagement, and Office of the Dean of Students are partnering to coordinate food pantry go-bags for Washington State University students here at the Pullman campus.

Food Pantry Go Bags are a way to provide food while respecting social distancing guidelines to keep all members of our community safe. We will do our best to ensure each bag contains a variety of protein, grains, vegetables, fruit, and snacks. We also have a limited supply of hygiene items and safe sex supplies.

Students can fill out this form to request food and schedule pick-up or delivery. If you have questions about this request form, contact the Office for Access & Opportunity at aea@wsu.edu or (509) 335-1280.

Food Pantry Go-Bag Request Form

Want to Donate?

Curbside Donations

If you have non-perishable food or hygiene items you'd like to donate, we are happy to coordinate a curbside donation here at the Lighty Student Services Building. Please give us a call at (509) 335-1280 or message us at aea.front.desk@wsu.edu to schedule a time. 

For the safety of yours and others, we are adhering to local and state recommended safety measures. Facial coverings are required as well as social distancing. Those coming to a physical WSU location must complete the WSU Attestation

Monetary Donations

We are so appreciative of the greater Coug community with their on-going interest to support the food pantry on the Pullman campus. Due to these changing and uncertain times, more and more of our WSU undergraduate and graduate students are seeking food and hygiene assistance. Monetary donations received will be used to replenish, as needed, our pantry’s inventory of food items such as grains, proteins, soups, canned vegetables and fruits, and other non-perishable items to help meet the needs of students utilizing this resource.

Donations can be directed to our Division of Student Affairs | WSU Pullman Food Pantries for Students Fund here with an indication that this specific donation is to support the food pantry.

We thank you for your continued support and generosity.

Contact Information

Please contact us at aea.front.desk@wsu.edu or (509) 335-1280 for questions about the on-campus food pantry. 

Canned soups and vegetables in Food Pantry

Additional Resources 

Don't Dump! Donate! Food Drive

Are you moving out soon? Or maybe spring cleaning? We are collecting non-perishable, non-expired food and unused hygiene donations for the on-campus food pantry from Monday, May 3rd, 2021- Friday, May 7th, 2021! We invite all to contribute to sustainability on campus by donating your extra goods to the on campus food pantry.

Donation drop-off hours

  • May 5th: 12:00pm - 3:00pm 
  • May 6th: 9:00am - 12:00pm
  • May 7th: 2:00pm - 4:30pm

Curbside Drop-off is easy as 1, 2, 3:

  1. Before heading to campus, please complete the WSU COVID-19 Daily Attestation
  2. Head to the Lighty Student Services Building east entrance parking lot (right next to the Grimes Way Playfield). 
  3. Once you have arrived, there will be a drop-off bin near our food pantry pick-up area. 

Safety Measures

For the safety of yours and others, we are adhering to local and state recommended safety measures. 

  • Facial mask coverings are required
  • Please adhere to six-feet social distancing
  • Please complete the WSU COVID-19 Daily Attestation before coming to a physical WSU location. If you are feeling ill, please stay home and contact us via email to coordinate alternate time for drop-off.