Husky Food Access Network

Food Pantry

“We never let a FAN go hungry.”

A food pantry is

  • a service that provides food and related resources like personal care products to those who cannot afford to buy these thing
  • place where donations can be collected and distributed to those who cannot afford to purchase the
  • place to ask for help getting food for yourself, your family, or your friends

A food pantry is not a

  • free grocery store
  • cafeteria, or a place to pick up food for free as you go from class to class
  • long term solution to hunger/financial/food insecurities

Who is eligible?

The Husky FAN Pantry is available to anyone struggling to afford meals. You don’t need to go hungry.  Anyone who is experiencing food insecurity is welcome to use the Pantry.

Where is the Pantry located?

Find the Pantry on the ground level of the Hamar House Center for Diversity and Inclusion.

When is the Pantry open?

Pantry hours are 2:00-4:00 pm Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays when classes are in session.  

What should I expect?

We do our best to make your visit confidential. Expect to swipe your Michigan Tech ID. We won’t collect any data that ties your name or M number to your visit. We are collecting demographic information (age/sex/class) and time of use to better serve our community. Then you’ll select food and supplies to take home. We have bags available. If you have questions about the process, please email us at