Concerns may include: a change in your or your families financial situation, questions about changing your meal plan, missing meals due to not having the finances to cover food.
The Students Helping Oz Peers project—or SHOP for short—opened its pantry in October 2016 and provides campus members with non-perishable food items. SHOP is a collaborative effort between students, faculty, staff, and many others who recognize the need to address food insecurity among our students.
Catholic Charities of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Syracuse is dedicated to caring for those in need while promoting human development, collaboration, and the elimination of poverty and injustice. We strive to empower those served to transform their lives in the spirit of God’s love and compassion.
The resources of the Counseling Services Center (CSC) are offered free of charge to registered SUNY Oswego students. Counseling center staff offer individual and group counseling, as well as couples counseling when deemed appropriate after an initial consultation.
We focus on student needs in a variety of ways. Providing programs and services that support healthy choices, supporting students in transition, and fostering a community of mutual respect and integrity so that students can be successful. We work with students, faculty and staff to encourage students to actively engage in and contribute to the vitality that is our campus life.
Some of the services that we provide are Preferred Name Change, Medical Leave of Absence, Withdrawals, Student Emergency Fund
Food Bank of Central New York serves as the main food distribution hub for hundreds of partner agencies that comprise the emergency food network in our eleven county service region across central and northern New York. The Food Bank provides more than 20.4 million pounds of food – the equivalent of 17 million meals – to hungry families, children, and elderly every year.
The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) issues electronic benefits that can be used like cash to purchase food. SNAP helps low-income working people, senior citizens, the disabled and others feed their families.