What is Marco’s Meal Share?
The Marco’s Meal Share initiative gives students the opportunity to share meal swipes online with other students at Marshall University. Students experiencing food insecurity will be able to request and receive meals by requesting and meeting with the Office of Student Affairs. This initiative is made possible by collaboration with the Student Government Association, Student Affairs, and Information Technology.
What is Food Insecurity?
Almost half of college students across the country are food insecure. Food insecurity is the lack of access, or financial resources to access, a sufficient amount of quality, affordable, and nutritious food. Access to quality food is important for college students in order to maintain a healthy lifestyle and be successful in and out of the classroom. Marshall University is committed to providing options and resources to help fight this battle. Additional information regarding food insecurity is available on our Food Pantry website.
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Request a Meal
If you are a Marshall University student experiencing food insecurity you can request assistance through the Marco’s Meal Share program. Click on the request button below to request. The student advocate from Student Affairs will contact students to discuss support and eligibility for the program. If you need assistance immediately, stop by or call the Student Affairs office. Requests will be processed within 24-48 business hours.
All questions regarding Marco’s Meal Share program can be directed to Michelle Biggs, Student Advocate, Memorial Student Center, 2W32, 304-696-2284.
Marshall University Food Pantry
Location: 1802 6th Ave Huntington WV, 25701 in the Tri-State MRI building
Hours: Fall Hours — Tuesday: 9:30-11:30 a.m.; Wednesday: 12:00-2:00 p.m.
Facing Hunger Foodbank
Location: 1327 7th Ave Huntington WV, 25701
Hours: Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.