The Penguin Pantry supports a healthy college community by reducing hunger on campus and connecting students to essential resources. It provides students with a safe, comfortable place to get something to eat, pick up a necessity, and connect with additional resources and services as needed. These include counseling, public benefits, and more connection to local food banks and other local resources.
Monday – Thursday
11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
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As we prepare for the soft open this summer, we are seeking donations of non-perishable food items, gift cards, and basic toiletries. Please bring your donations to the Office of Diversity & Equity. Cash donations can be submitted through the foundation.
Items needed include:
- Canned food
- Dried fruit
- Granola bars
- Protein-rich snacks
- Menstrual products
- Toothbrushes/tooth paste
Clark College has a wide variety of services available to support students who have
needs beyond the classroom.
To learn more about these services, visit the pages below or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Counseling & Health Center provides high-quality and accessible emotional and physical health care. Counselors assist students with career exploration, academic issues, and personal mental health needs. A Nurse Practitioner is available on a part-time basis for a nominal fee to support students by addressing medical needs.
- Career Services offers assistance for career and education planning, employment preparation, and money management.
- Disability Support Services assists students with disabilities in pursuing their educational goals. Through the DSS Office, qualified students with disabilities can address their concerns regarding attitudinal or procedural barriers encountered, as well as any need for academic adjustments and/or auxiliary aids to assure equal access.
- The Office of Diversity & Equity and the Diversity Center provide a welcoming and safe place for the entire Clark community (students, faculty, staff, and community members) to learn about and engage with issues of diversity, inclusion, power, privilege, inequity, and social justice.
- The Office of Student Life coordinates programs, support services, and activities that enhance the educational experience of a diverse student population and foster the intellectual and personal development of students on campus.
- Veterans Affairs and the Veterans Resource Center determine Veterans Waivers and eligible Dependents of Veterans Waivers and provide information about GI Bill benefits and procedures and getting started at Clark College.
- Worforce Education Services (WES) helps match eligible students with funding and resources for work-based education and training. Through WES, students can access various grants, the Basic Food Employment & Training (BFET) program, Opportunity Grant, WorkFirst, and Worker Retraining.
Questions and Suggestions
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The Penguin Pantry is supported by a cross-college collaboration, which includes Culinary Institute, Career Services, Counseling & Health Services, Office of Diversity & Equity, Office of Instruction, Student Affairs, Transitional Studies, and Workforce Education Services.