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COVID-19 Update: 5/8/2020

The Student Nutrition Access Center (SNAC), Campus Kitchen, and the Food Recovery Network are still in operation taking the following precautions:

Campus Kitchen and Food Recovery Network

Volunteers are required to be in good health and continue to follow the same food safety guidelines that have always been expected of them. Recovered food is now individually bagged instead of held in bulk bins or display cases.

SNAC: USU Food Pantry

As of March 31, SNAC patrons will only be able to order what they want online and wait outside of the TSC for a volunteer to give them their order. There will be no in-person pantry visits. To find details about parking and waiting for orders, see the SNAC Info page for details.

Summer SNAC pick up hours are Tuesdays through Thursdays 1-5 PM, no Fridays. Visit for more information. Closed holidays.


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We are located in TSC 332, or email us at

Our mission is to prepare and educate all students to make life-long contributions through genuine service and foster positive attitudes and personal growth through service in our communities.

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Celebrating a Successful Year of Service


The programs of the Service Center did all kinds of work in our communities this academic year, from picking fruit to interpreting at parent-teacher conferences.

$9,000 raised for the Cache Community Food Pantry

$9,000 raised for the Cache Community Food Pantry


In mid-November 2019 the Val R. Christensen Service Center at Utah State University partnered with USU’s Dining Services to raise nearly $9,000 for the Cache Community Food Pantry, while also hosting an event demonstrating principles of food security.

Help with Hunger at USU

Help with Hunger at USU


The Student Nutrition Access Center remains open to serve Utah State University students, faculty, staff and student families during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) public health emergency.

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