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The Campus Cupboard is a student organization run by students, with the mission of providing an on-campus food pantry, clothing closet, and cleaning/personal hygiene products to ensure adequate basic needs are met of all students, faculty, and staff.  The Campus Cupboard and Clothes Closet is normally located in the 'CK One' space in Rose Hall 140 (in the corridor section between Wood and Rose Halls). 

Due the COVID-19 pandemic, the Campus Cupboard and Clothing Closet team is working to keep students and their families safe. Donations are now accepted by appointment only. Email to schedule a time, and see our Items Needed list for more information. As of August 28, the Campus Cupboard shall continue to be an order-based system in cooperation with Residence Life (see below).

The Campus Closet is currently closed for cleaning. The Closet, will reopen within the CK One space with the following restrictions:
  • Limit 1 person at a time
  • Wash your hands or use hand sanitizer before and after selecting items from the Closet. There is a hand-washing station on the wall to the right of the counters on the left. Gloves are available for use, but you must wash your hands before and after and throw the gloves away in the trash can in the hallway.
  • Please hang clothes in their proper place, or use the laundry baskets in each of the rooms to place unwanted clothes. Staff will come in to rehang clothes.
  • The CK One space will be closed at certain times in the week to facilitate cleaning. Staff are working on establishing a cleaning/closure schedule. Please stay tuned for more info.
  • Please follow all posted rules and watch the chalkboard in the main room for updates).

How to access the Cupboard

The following is temporary until further notice. To receive food from the Campus Cupboard please follow these steps:

STEP 1: Fill out this form. This form will be emailed to Cupboard staff. Students will be given 1-2 bags of groceries, and can request hygiene supplies and frozen or refrigerated food, while supplies last. 

STEP 2: Within 48 hours, no guarantee, one of the members of the staff will reach out to the student informing them their items are ready. The bag(s) will be labeled with the requestor's name.

STEP 3: Students can pick up their groceries once they received confirmation from the front desk of the UWGB Community Center (Office of Residence Life), located at 3350 Leon Bond Dr.

Contact advisor Stacie Christian by phone at 920-465-2167 or if you have questions or technical difficulties in obtaining your food.

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If you would like to volunteer, attend one of our organization meetings, or provide donations to the cupboard and closet, please email us: