Food Pantries

​​Help us pack the pantry!

Make a food donation to one of our campus pantries.


 

Hungry or concerned about being able to put food on the table?

Dallas College's food pantries are here to help. You can find them located on our seven main campuses. Supplies range from snacks and meals to diapers. Everything is free to students in need.

Community members can also access free food on campus during our special “Community Pantry” and “Drive Thru Pantry” days.

View upcoming community food distribution dates and times.

 

 

Join Chef Tim as he takes you through how to make unique recipes that are promised to flavor your life!

These recipes can be made from ingredients found at your Dallas College Food Pantry and are designed for even beginner chefs to master within minutes.

Watch the Video
 
 

Upcoming SNAP Workshops


SNAP provides benefits via an Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) card. This EBT card can be used like a debit card to purchase eligible food at certain retail food stores, including through Amazon Fresh.

Sign up for a SNAP Workshop to learn more. A free meal (typically Subway) is also provided for workshop attendees!

Sign Up for a SNAP Workshop About SNAP
 

Community Resources

Additional food resources may be found through My Community Services or 211 Texas.

Contact Us

If you have questions about food assistance, please call 214-860-5800 to speak with Basic Needs and Community Connections, or email connections@dcccd.edu.

Our student care coordinators will refer you to the resources that best meet your needs.

 

According to the North Texas Food Bank, one in six North Texans don't know where they will find their next meal.

That means it is more difficult for our students, colleagues and community members to put food on the table – even though our food costs are cheaper than the national average.

Nearly half of the Dallas College student population is food insecure. In the past 30 days, these students have eaten less at meals to make their food last longer or have skipped meals entirely. Many do not know where their next meal will originate. Yet, these students return to class, complete assignments and fight to earn their education, as they sacrifice so much to be here.

The struggle regarding food insecurity is real. But we can do something to help.

 
 
 
 
 

Learn about other off-campus resources we can offer to students in need.

 
 
Food Pantry Resources is part of the
Student Care Network