Rhode Island College

About the program

Students at Rhode Island College who are experiencing food and/or housing can access the Food For Thought Food Pantry. All students need to do is bring their student ID card. Learn more about the Food For Thought Food Pantry in the Campus Resources section below!

Founders

  • Learning for Life

Year Founded

2016

Program Roots

In fall 2019, L4L collaborated with The Hope Center for College, Community, and Justice at Temple University to conduct the #RealCollege Survey at RIC. There were 681 students that participated in the survey. According to the survey results, 40% of respondents experienced food insecurity during the 30 days preceding the survey and within the previous year.

Get involved

Students can support with food drives, participate in hunger awareness events, and help advocate for the pantry.

CAMPUS RESOURCES