MCC MOTT Eats Food Pantry to continue serving students
Mott Community College is providing food support to students experiencing food insecurity during the Coronavirus crisis through the on-campus Mott Eats Food Pantry. Mott Eats is open for grab and go prepackaged food bags from Noon to 2 p.m. and 3 to 5 p.m. Thursday, March 19, and Friday, March 20, in the Mott Memorial Building, room 2111. Students who are in need of food and are unable to visit Mott Eats should call Dinah Schaller, Coordinator of the Lenore Croudy Family Life Center, at (810) 814-2308.
Beginning March 23, Mott Eats will provide prepackaged food bags by delivery only. Deliveries will be available from 8 a.m. to noon and from 3 to 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday through a partnership with the UAW. To schedule a delivery students should call Schaller at (810) 814-2308.
“We are committed to continuing to support our students in need throughout the Coronavirus crisis,” said MCC President, Dr. Beverly Walker-Griffea. “We are grateful to the UAW for helping us serve our students experiencing food insecurity.”
Since November 2019, the Mott Eats Food Pantry has served a total of 1,889 members of MCC student households with 14,900 pounds of food, according to Schaller.
Additionally, The Family Life Center provides the following services to MCC students:
- Emergency Funds/Financial Assistance
- Case Management
- MI-Bridges Navigation
- Legal Assistance
- Advocacy: Special Populations
- Mental Health/Counseling
- Community Partner Referrals
- Crisis Intervention
For help with anything else students are experiencing due to this change, students are encouraged to go to https://4me.mcc.edu/student/Pages/default.aspx and click "My Compass." You can "raise your hand" for assistance. Instructions on how to use My Compass will be on the new COVID-19 webpage under "IMPORTANT Student Information."
Visit the College’s COVID-19 page which has important information and resources for students at https://www.mcc.edu/campus-safety/covid-19-coronavirus.shtml#breadcrumbs2
REMINDER: The College has cancelled all events and gatherings regardless of their size through the end of April 2020. Students, faculty and staff should continue to monitor their MCC email and for all updates. The public is encouraged to visit www.mcc.edu/Coronavirus for the most recent notifications about College operations.
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