KSU CARES provides food for ANY KSU student experiencing food insecurity. All supplies are based upon donations and are available to students as long as supplies are continually received.

CARE Bins Drop Off

On campus and wish to drop off a donation? Use one of our donation bins located around campus.

    • Carmichael Student Center, 2nd floor, Scrappy's Rotunda
    • Kennesaw Hall, 2nd floor landing, near elevators
    • Social Sciences Building, 1st floor, near main elevators
    • Prillaman Hall, 1st floor south elevators
    • Town Pointe, 1st floor, near main elevators
    • University Village Housing Office Lobby, near main door
    • Building B, in the Enrollment Customer Service Center
    • For small, individual donations, please use the bins around campus as our team regularly checks for donations. Need a tax receipt? Email careservices@kennesaw.edu

    • For large, group donations, please email careservices@kennesaw.edu. We will work to coordinate a time with you and our team to ensure we can assist you with directions and item collection. We can also provide a tax receipt at your request. 

Pantry Locations and Hours

    • Carmichael Student Center, Suite 172
    • May 17 - August 6:  9am-4pm; or by appointment
    • J.M. Wilson Student Center, Suite 184
    • May 17 - June 6: by appointment only
    • June 7 - August 6: 9am-4pm; or by appointment

General Information

    • Any KSU student, actively attending classes, may shop once every 14 days.
    • All students are required to have a valid KSU ID.
    • On their first visit and annually, students are required to read and sign a Participant Agreement for Receiving Pantry Items form.
    • After an Initial CARE Assessment and as determined by the case manager, a participant may be eligible to have access to linens and personal care items and increased access to the pantry.
    • A reusable bag will be provided at the initial visit. Upon each return visit, students MUST return their reusable bag to staff at the time of sign-in, to receive additional items.
    • Students are asked to only use these resources when experiencing food insecurity beyond their control. They are also encouraged to educate other students about KSU CARES and its services.
    • Kennesaw Campus, Carmichael Student Center, Bookstore MarketPlace
    • Kennesaw Campus, Carmichael Student Center, near Chick-fil-A
    • Marietta Campus, JM Wilson Student Center, Bookstore MarketPlace
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