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Health Promotion and Wellness & Basic Needs *update 3-17-20*

Tuesday, March 17, 2020

Hello SF State Family,


I hope you are well. Food+Shelter+Success is committed to supporting student basic needs during this time and keeping the campus up to date. Please share the most recent basic needs resources and program modifications as of 3/17/2020.



Gator Groceries- Pre-made meal boxes will be available for pick up from AS Gator Groceries on Wednesday and Thursday from 11am- 3pm at the Cesar Chavez Student Center, info desk level. While supplies last. Closed during spring break.


Community Food Banks-

Students and their families can access free food at their local County Food Bank .


Showering/personal hygiene needs- The locker rooms will remain open for showers during modified hours to ensure students who rely on the facility to attend to personal hygiene have access to showers.


MWC locker room open hours (all other areas of the facilities will remain closed):

Monday- 9:30am-11:30am

Wednesday- 2:30pm-4:30pm

Friday- 9:30am-11:30am


·        Bring your student ID, check-in at the front desk, towels and locks available, return towels and locks upon exiting and bring all personal belongings

·        Locker room access only. All other parts of the Mashouf Wellness Center remain closed


Food+Shelter+Success Care kits

Basic needs hygiene kits & laundry kits are available for pick up at the Dean of Students office Monday-Friday 9am-5pm in Student Services Building room 403.


Emergency Meal Cards- Can be requested at the Dean of Students office Monday-Friday 9am-5pm in Student Services Building room 403. Unavailable during spring break.


CalFresh Assistance- The CalFresh Help Clinic will be assisting students virtually. Students can email for assistance.


Storage- U-Haul is offering students 30-day free storage due to the COVID-19 precautions. For more information call 1-800-468-4285.


Laptop/computer access & Wi-Fi- The Library has 24 hour access to study space and Wi-Fi in the Research Commons 1st Floor. Students can also access desktops and laptop check-outs daily.


Many internet providers are offering free Wi-Fi and opening up hotspots for low-income students.


Community Basic Needs Resources-

One degree is an interactive website that can connect folks to basic needs resources in their area including food, housing and financial resources.


If students need additional support, please email