Food Pantry Themes help keep a variety of items available for students and their families in need.
- February " Be my Little Baby" Baby items, dry formula, dry cereal, baby food, etc
- March "Spring BreakFAST" Breakfast items like pop tarts, dry cereal, oatmeal, granola bars, etc.
- April “April Showers” Shower gel, shampoo, deodorant, etc
May “Spring cleaning” Cleaning items, dish soap, laundry detergent, Lysol wipes, paper towels, etc
Nighthawk’s Nest Advocacy Center
The Nighthawk’s Nest Advocacy Center, located in Student Commons (STCM 210), provides students with a variety of services and programs.
The mission of the Advocacy Center is to assist students who may need a little bit of help to persist in their goal of a degree or certificate completion.
Some of the services available include a food pantry, book voucher program, counseling, and referrals for public assistance
We are always looking at ways to expand services to better serve our students, so please come back often to see what we are doing!
For questions about donating food or time to the food pantry, please contact Tracy Floyd at Nlcemail@example.com
The following services are currently offered at the Nighthawk's Nest Advocacy Center:
The Food Pantry
- A food pantry is available to students twice a month.
Case Management Services through Referrals:
- Application for public assistance including SNAP benefits, WIC, TANF or Medicaid
Please see Seth Villalobos in STCM 222C
Phone number (210) 486-5809 or (210) 486-5487
Monday - Thursday: 10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Outside of those hours, please come to STCM 222 for assistance.
Ask us about helping in the Advocacy Center as a volunteer.
Take this brief, online course for the basics then visit with Denise Davidson in STCM 210 to fill out the required forms. Instructors, please download the sign-in sheet here and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to offer donations of items or time for extra credit!