Summer Food for Aggies
USU's Student Nutrition Access Center (widely known as "SNAC,"), is open during the summer months to all Aggies in need of food. With a USU ID and a reusable bag, any Aggie, even if they're not taking classes this summer, is eligible to come.
The food in SNAC comes from multiple sources from generous volunteers and organizations:
The Cache Community Food Pantry provides nonperishable food for the shelves, transported by USU volunteers from downtown Logan to campus.
The Food Recovery Network volunteers use old-fashioned pedal power to gather and deliver unsold food from USU dining locations to SNAC.
The Campus Kitchen at USU, the newest food program in the Service Center, collects and repackages food from catering and local restaurants into ready-to-heat meals.
Hardworking gardeners at the Utah Conservation Corps Urban Community Farm grow fresh produce throughout the summer and bring it to SNAC.
SNAC is opened by volunteers Tuesday through Friday from 12-2pm, except for holidays and the day after the holiday.
Speaking of volunteers... all these programs need help this summer! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you're interested in helping with any of the organizations listed above.