Food pantry requests are entirely online. Follow this link for information and request form:
Director: Rev. Dianna Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org)
I have heard recently that some wonder why we need an on-campus food pantry. Today (Oct 23, 2019) between the hours of 1-4 over 60 students visited the food pantry.
CLOTHES: Students may go toTwice Blessed at the New Paltz Reformed Church for clothes.
Hours: Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
SHELTER – There is no shelter in New Paltz. Students may be referred to services in Kingston via Ulstercorps
When students encounter unpredictable financial hardship, such as an accident, illness, natural disaster or other unforeseen events, their success as a student is threatened. The new Student Crisis Fund was developed to better respond to our students’ needs in these situations and provide one-time grants. Average awards range from $100-$300, with a maximum of $500 for extreme situations. In the event of a qualifying emergency, funds can be used toward essential academic needs (books and supplies), replacement of lost or damaged items, basic needs such as utilities or childcare, short-term housing or transportation.
Unlike other emergency funds, the Student Crisis Fund does not assist with tuition or fees, on-campus room and board charges or food. Join us in supporting any–or all–of our existing emergency programs and help us assist our students when they need it the most.
See additional funding opportunities on the Student Affairs site.