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Campus Life at Cumberland

Got Food?



Got Food? is a free and confidential food pantry available to any registered RCSJ-Cumberland student experiencing food insecurity

Who can access Got Food?
Students of the RCSJ-Cumberland Campus may access Got Food? as long as they are a current student and demonstrate an income-based need. Students who are eligible for financial aid or have a history of participation in the free lunch program, for example, may qualify for Got Food?

What’s in Got Food?
Got Food? offers grab-and-go options to be eaten on campus, or non-perishable options that students can take home. It also has personal products like toilet paper and toothbrushes.

How can a student sign up?
Students can sign up for Got Food? by visiting the Student Counseling & Wellness Center located in the lower level of the Academic Building on the RCSJ Cumberland Campus. Eligible students receive an access card that allows them to utilize Got Food? pantry confidentially.

Where is the Food Pantry?
The pantry is located in the Student Life office located in the Student Services Building. There is a satellite pantry located in the Library. Please contact Student Counseling and Wellness at or Michele Zakian​ in
Student Life for hours of operation.

What do I do if I lost my Got Food? access card?
The Wellness Center can reissue your Got Food? access card. Please call 856-200-4760​ or email for assistance.

How can I help Got Food? 
Got Food? is a donation-based program, so donations of non-perishable food or monetary gifts are always welcome. To make a charitable donation, please contact Mrs. Maria LeBlanc at​ or (856) 200-4556.

 List of Food Banks in South Jersey

​​​FOR MORE INFORMATION Student Counseling and Wellness 
856-200-8600 x1258 ​

Cumberland Campus Academic Building The Wellness Center 3322 College Dr. Vineland, NJ 08362 

SNAP Application 

The SNAP application process is now completely online. You may be eligible for food assistance through New Jersey’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program
(SNAP). SNAP is a federal program that can help individuals and families with low incomes buy the groceries they need to eat healthy. Eligibility depends on several factors like income, household size, resources, etc.​​
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