NCCU Campus Pantry

Hours and Location

We are excited to offer to-go bags to all faculty, staff and students during business and non-business hours. 

10 a.m.–4 p.m.
[email protected]

Miller-Morgan Health Sciences Building, Room 204C
Durham, NC 27707
Call/Text: 919-764-4479

The NCCU Campus Pantry is a free resource for all members of NCCU (students, faculty and staff). The mission of the Campus Pantry is to reduce the burden of food insecurity for the NCCU campus community.

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Volunteer at the Campus Pantry Nest

The NCCU Campus Pantry is always looking for hardworking and caring student volunteers!

Want Assistance Applying for SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program)?

Sign up here to work with a pantry team member to complete your Snap application.

Donations to the Nest

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Donate Monetarily

The NCCU Campus Pantry is able to operate in thanks to the generosity of our community. Without you, we would not be able to provide NCCU students, faculty and staff with food and personal items. To donate monetarily, please click "Donate Today."

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Donate Food

We are grateful for the donations provided by all our donors. Here is a list of the current needs of the pantry. Click down below to learn more about how you can help.

Outside the Nest Resources

Inter-Faith Food Shuttle

We feed our neighbors, teach self-sufficiency, grow healthy foods and cultivate innovative approaches to end hunger.

Welcome Baby

Welcome Baby provides parent support programs, including parenting workshops such as the Incredible Years, Positive Discipline and special topic workshops. Classes are available in English and Spanish.

Diaper Bank of North Carolina

Every family in North Carolina will have access to basic necessities to support their dignity, health and quality of life.

End Hunger Durham

End Hunger Durham reduces hunger in Durham by supporting food relief agencies and those in need of food with reliable information, collaborative programs and advocacy for policies and initiatives aimed at ending hunger and malnutrition.

SNAP Food Program

SNAP provides food benefits to low-income families to supplement their grocery budget so they can afford the nutritious food essential to health and well-being. Schedule an appointment with our staff, and we can walk you through the application. You can use the link below if you are ready to apply on your own.

The Campus Pantry is a group effort! Our leadership team consists of an Americorps VISTA College Hunger Corps service member as well as interns from the Department of Social Work. The operations of the Campus Pantry are carried out by work-study student employees and a team of dedicated student volunteers.

Rakeeme Baldwin

Rakeeme Baldwin

VISTA: Aug 2024
M.S.W. Intern: May 2025

Marguerite Bauer

Marguerite Bauer

VISTA: January 2024

Ashlyn Smith

Ashlyn Smith

Work-Study: December 2023

Masani Richard

Masani Richard

Work-Study: May 2024

Amina Mireille

Amina Mireille

Intern: May 2024
Social Work

Meet the Campus Pantry Committee


Armstrong, Laura

Clinical Lecturer and BSW Program Director

Social Work

location icon Miller-Morgan Building, Room 201 A

email icon [email protected]

phone icon 919-530-6954

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Dorsett, Star

Student Advocacy Coordinator

Student Affairs

location icon Student Services Building, Room Room G19

email icon [email protected]

phone icon 919-530-7492


Herbert, Calleen


Community Engagement and Service

location icon Nursing Building, Room 3131

email icon [email protected]

phone icon 919-530-6143

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O'Briant, Jason

Director, Didactic Program in Dietetics/Lecturer

Human Sciences

location icon Dent Human Sciences Building, Room 102

email icon [email protected]

phone icon 919-530-7139