UMB Campus Food Security

Food insecurity has become a growing concern for students on many campuses. The Food Security Project at UMB is a program to support students who may be experiencing food insecurity.  The University of Maryland, Baltimore is conducting a student survey 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. Your participation is very important – the results of this survey will help inform possible next steps. This survey is completely voluntary and confidential. The survey should only take a couple of minutes to complete, and closes on December 21, 2018.

At the end of the survey, you have the option to enter your name to be eligible to receive a $50 credit to your One Card that can be used at several locations, including the following: 

SMC Campus Center: 

CulinArt First and Second Floor

Seven Scholars Bookstore

Vending Machines

Around Campus:

Creama Coffee – Dental, HSF & Law School

Vending Machines

This website will be updated with healthy and economical food resources that might be of interest to students.