Basic Needs

Poly Pantry


About the Poly Pantry

The Poly Pantry was established in 2019 to serve students impacted by food insecurity.  By providing access to food and hygiene supplies, and referrals to campus and community-based resources, the Poly Pantry hopes to maximize student success.

The Pantry is available to all Broncos who feel they are in need. As a customer-choice pantry, individuals are empowered to shop for what they need and want, in order to meet their dietary needs. 

Pilot Re-Opening

ASI is excited to announce that on Tuesday, July 20, all CPP students in need will be able to do in-person shopping at the Poly Pantry’s temporary location inside of the Bronco Student Center, Ursa Major (BSC, Bldg. 35-2611) during a pilot reopening!

Appointments are scheduled for Tuesday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 3-8 p.m., and will be available online at the ASI Portal beginning Tuesday, July 13.

While the Poly Pantry is a free service for CPP students, the goal is to support students in need. For example:

  • Are you worried your food might run out before you have money to buy more?
  • Do you find that healthy food options are out of your budget?
  • Are you cutting or skipping meals even if you are hungry?

If you are a CPP student and you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then you should know that the Poly Pantry can support your needs at no cost.

Learn more on the ASI Website


Visitors will have the opportunity to select free groceries including fresh produce from CPP Farms and Lyle Center, packaged food, dry goods, canned goods, hygiene products, menstrual products, and kitchen utensils.

ASI is offering students with a Poly Pantry appointment complimentary 1-hour parking in Parking Structure 2 (located on Temple Ave. and University Dr.) until August 13. Students will enter the BSC on the southwest entrance by Ursa Major, check in with a Poly Pantry Care Assistant, and then can begin shopping for their needed items.

Masks must be worn at all times upon entering the BSC. Additionally, students will be required to bring their Bronco ID, sign a waiver, and complete the CPP Student Health Screener prior to coming to campus.

Poly Pantry 2 Go (PP2G)—the Poly Pantry’s no-contact, curbside pickup service—concluded on July 12. For students interested in continuing to utilize the PP2G services, please email



To help us provide reliable access to sufficient quantities of nutritious food, please consider our list of suggested healthy donations at the links below:

Suggested Healthy Donations

View Our Amazon Wishlist

Make a Monetary Donation


For any questions about the Pantry 2 Go, please contact:
(909) 869-2343