What: A map of venues that accepted EBT in the area surrounding University Park campus.
Eligibility: To see if you are eligible to receive EBT(Electronic Benefit Transfer) that can be redeemed at the locations above, please visit: https://www.fns.usda.gov/snap/apply
What: Up to four times a semester, students can receive a $25 gift card for Trader Joe's if they fill out an intake form and book an appointment with a virtual food pantry liaison.
Contact: Liaisons listed on website
What: Provides professional services in housing discrimination law, local affordable housing issues, landlord/tenant dispute resolution.
What: Wednesday at 9pm at the United University Church anyone can receive a free meal.
Contact: Brian Gaeta-Symonds, firstname.lastname@example.org, (213)740-2673
The Trojan Guardian Scholars program is committed to supporting current and former foster youth who attend the University of Southern California and to building a regional network that creates new pathways for college-bound students exiting the foster care system. Through providing comprehensive support services, the Trojan Guardian Scholar program helps enable students who attend the University of Southern California to experience the campus to its fullest and to achieve their goals of academic excellence, self-sufficiency, and successful professional careers in their desired fields.
Eligibility: Foster youth and students who at any point have been wards of the court, emancipated minors, homeless, or in kinship care. If you are a current USC student who has not been contacted by our program and believe you might be eligible please.
What: For access to CalFresh food stamps and Safety Net Wireless phones and data plans, visit the student government office in TCC 224 on Mondays from 2-4pm. Please bring a government issued ID, your social security number, green card if you are an international student, income tax ID if application, and low income verification (CalFresh card, MediCal card, Pay Stub, or 2017 Income Tax Return).
Eligibility: Work study and low income students