Approximately 30 percent of college students lack reliable access to sufficient quantities of affordable, nutritious food.
The FoodShare program provides weekly bags of food to address the needs of students, faculty, and staff experiencing food insecurity. Those accessing the pantry must show their OneCard before entering and complete a sign-out form before leaving. Students, faculty and staff may receive up to 10 items per week when TU is in session. Bring your own reusable bag or receive a plastic grocery bag for your items.
Location: Health and Counseling Centers. Use the back entrance directly across from the Residence Tower.
Until January 24th, the FoodShare will be open by appointment only. Please email foodshare AT_TOWSON to schedule an appointment.
View information about the FoodShare program at TUNE.
The remote pickup form will return shortly.
If you would like to donate food, personal care items, or home cleaning items to the FoodShare, please drop them off in one of our donation bins or visit us during open hours. Donation bins can be found on the first floor of the Health and Counseling Centers and on the second floor of the University Union. Monetary donations can be made on the Giving site. For larger donations, please schedule a visit by emailing foodshare AT_TOWSON.
Download the Maryland County-by-County Food Pantry Resource Guide (PDF) for additional food assistance locations in your area.
TU's FoodShare program is provided through a collaboration of The Table: a Lutheran Episcopal ministry, the Office of Sustainability, the Office of Civic Engagement and Social Responsibility, and the Division of Student Affairs.