SUNY Cobleskill Continues to Combat Food Insecurity

Action Taken at SUNY Cobleskill is Part of a SUNY-Wide Trend

SUNY Cobleskill is included in a recent article published by SUNY, citing the forward-thinking of members of the College’s food insecurity task force. Throughout SUNY and CUNY, colleges and universities are working to combat food insecurity and establish resources to ensure community members have consistent access to food and nourishment. That work envelops the ongoing efforts at SUNY Cobleskill.

As of the start of 2019, all 64 SUNY schools provide students stigma-free access to food. From on-campus pantries to off-campus transportation arrangements, public higher education institutions across the state are identifying and enacting initiatives in alignment with Governor Andrew M. Cuomo’s “No Student Goes Hungry Program.”

To read about how SUNY Cobleskill is addressing food insecurity, and how SUNY is supporting 64 campus initiatives, check out the full article, linked above.