Campus Lobo Food Pantry
Spring 2021 Service Update
The Campus Lobo Food Pantry will be moving to a drive-up and pick-up service for this period of social distancing. Students can drive or walk up to our check-in located outside the University Advisement & Enrichment Center on main campus. Students will be asked to provide their name, ID number, and email address so the LoboRESPECT Advocacy Center can relay any updates on the food pantry. Pre-made bags will be available to students. Additional items will be available upon request.
AboutThe Campus Lobo Food Pantry is located as a pick-up/drive-up service outside the University Advisement & Enrichment Center (building 85). The pantry was established to supplement the existing Mobile Food Pantry and is open to all current UNM students. “Current students” are students with an active Lobo ID card who are currently or were recently registered for classes at UNM.
HoursMondays, 11:30 a.m.–1:30 p.m. OR until supplies last
University Advisement & Enrichment Center loading dock (building 85). See the map below for additional details.
What to BringUNM ID card or valid ID and UNM ID number
How It Works
Students walking up and driving up will sign in with pantry staff upon arrival, where they will have an opportunity to opt-in to food safety recall updates. Students are required to sign a waiver for the semester and provide general identifying information (name, email, UNM ID number) when visiting the pantry in order to help us track the number of visits they use each month. Students will then be provided a pre-made bag filled with groceries. Additional items are available upon request.
We are always happy to accept help to keep the Campus Lobo Food Pantry going. Please help us to continue serving our students by donating today. The Campus Lobo Food Pantry is run primarily on individual donations of food and toiletries. To donate items, please contact LoboRESPECT at 505-277-2911 or email@example.com.
A list of what we will accept can be found here. All donations must be unopened, unexpired, and in good condition. Donations that have very damaged/compromised packaging or are too far past their code date to be suitable for consumption will be thrown away.
To make a monetary donation, please visit our donation page. Every dollar helps, and we thank you in advance for your kind contribution.
- Roadrunner Food Bank of New Mexico
- Dean of Students Office
- Office of Student Affairs
- LoboRESPECT Advocacy Center
Roadrunner Foodbank of New Mexico
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