Securing Nutrition Assistance
Helping you to be at your best
If you are not getting proper nutrition consistently, or you’re constantly worrying about money for food, it can have a negative effect on your performance in school. We want to help you be at your best.
SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) is a monthly nutrition program that provides funds for qualified individuals and families to purchase healthy food from local grocery stores, farmers’ markets, or online.
Am I eligible?
You may qualify for nutrition assistance in the following circumstances:
- Participating in a state or federally funded work-study program
- Taking care of a dependent under age 6 or taking care of dependents between 6 to 12 with no adequate child care to allow you to attend school and work a minimum of 20 hours per week
- Receiving assistance through Title IV-A of the Social Security Act
- Being assigned or placed into higher education through the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act, Section 236 of the Trade Act, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Employment and Training Program, or another state or local employment or training program
Please note that the following has been temporarily suspended until further notice:
- Working a minimum of 20 hours a week
Additional circumstances that may qualify you for nutrition assistance include:
- Being enrolled at least half-time in a higher-ed institution; and
- Being eligible to participate (though you do not need to actually participate) in a state or federally funded work-study program, as determined by the institute of higher education or reported on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) Student Aid Report (SAR); or
- During the current academic year, you have an Expected Family Contribution (EFC) of $0 (zero) as determined by your FAFSA
Click VISIT for more information on how to apply