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UMB Campus Food Security
Food insecurity has become a growing concern for students on many campuses. The Food Security Project at the University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) is a program to support students who may be experiencing food insecurity. UMB conducted a student survey in fall 2018 to determine if there is a need for a student food pantry or other resources on campus to assist in addressing any food insecurity that may exist among the student population.
This website will be updated with healthy and economical food resources that might be of interest to students.
In Fall 2019, the food security survey was administered from November 16 - December 21, 2018. Click the Food Security Infographic to view some of the findings.