The UNT Food Pantry has served over 2,900 students who don't have enough food to eat since it opened in 2015. Last year alone, the food pantry was visited by 1,226 students.

The UNT Food Pantry accepts donations of food and personal items from members of the UNT community to help students bridge the expense gap and have healthy and nutritious meals, allowing them to concentrate on learning. Currently, the pantry needs breakfast items, chips, canned fruit, canned meats, soup and side dish foods. Packaged noodle cups are a student favorite and are always needed. See the full list of items collected at the Food Pantry.

The pantry is located in the back of Crumley Hall in the Diamond Eagle Student Resource Center and is open to any current student who can't afford to purchase food. For current operating hours and location for the UNT Food Pantry presented by Kroger, please visit their website or contact

Help feed fellow Eagles by bringing your donation to the UNT Food Pantry. Student organizations are encouraged to volunteer at the Food Pantry. If you sponsor a student organization, contact the Dean of Students Office to learn more. Learn more about the UNT Food Pantry or email the Dean of Students office with your questions.