As a Catholic and Vincentian University deeply concerned about the health and wellness of its students, St. John’s University recognizes the need to continue to better understand the predominance of the issue of food and housing insecurity among our students, and identify relevant and useful ways to address it. If you have concerns about meeting your own basic needs or have concerns for another student, please see the information below and/or please fill out the basic needs information request form.
Recently, food insecurity among university students has received increasing local and national attention. A student’s inability to consistently obtain nutritious food is a potentially serious health issue.
If you are experiencing food insecurity, or know of a student who is, please refer to the information below for resources available to help support St. John’s University students.
Go to www.foodpantries.org to find a food pantry near you.
Click here to find additional support near you.
Jackie Lochrie, Acting Dean of Students
Victoria Santangelo, Associate Vice President for University Ministry
David Gachigo, Associate Dean for Student Affairs
Tri Duong, C.M., Campus Minister, Campus Ministry