Campus Cupboard

Hours for Fall 2017

Mondays- 8am-9:15am, 9:30am-6pm

Tuesdays- 8am-12pm, 2pm-6pm

Wednesdays- 8am-9:15am, 9:30am-3pm

Thursdays- 8am-9:30am, 10am- 1pm, 3:30pm-6pm

Fridays- 8am-9:15am, 10am-3pm

Hours are determined by student volunteers each semester. To help keep the Campus Cupboard open and available for students, you can start a new shift! Contact Janet at nguyenj@augsburg.edu to get involved.

About

The Augsburg University food shelf, Campus Cupboard, provides free food to students throughout the year. Campus Cupboard is located in Hoversten Chapel of Foss Center by the back stairwell to the balcony. It operates five days a week and is staffed by students in collaboration with the Campus Kitchen program at Augsburg.

Using the Food Shelf

If you are an Augsburg student who would like to use the food shelf, stop by during open hours. Students may pick out five food items each visit. An Augsburg student ID is required. (Names will not be recorded, only ID numbers.)

Donations

Donations of non-perishable food items are accepted in collection bins at the Welcome Desk and Einstein’s (in Christensen), the Campus Ministry/Theater Office (in Foss), and the Urn/Mort and Anderson dorm lobbies.

Favorite foods for students include:  peanut butter, jelly, rice, pasta, oatmeal, cereal, granola bars/healthy snacks, crackers, nuts, canned vegetables, canned/dried fruits, canned meats (fish, chicken, salmon), beans, and soup.

New toiletry items are also accepted.

Sponsors

The Campus Cupboard, which opened in February 2013, is the work of partnership between faculty, staff, and students who originally came together as part of the Fighting Poverty at Augsburg special interest group and the Creating an Inclusive Campus conference. The food shelf is supported by Campus Kitchen at Augsburg, A’viands, and the Thrivent Leadership Fellows. Learn more about the process of starting a food shelf in our guide for the Campus Kitchens Project!

Recipes

Learning how to cook on a budget is simple but takes some time. Students from a Religion 200 class created a cookbook that utilizes some of the items that you can often find inside the food shelf.