Food Resources for Students at McCourt
The Hoya Hub food pantry is a resource for any member of the Georgetown University community experiencing food insecurity. It is a pantry stocked with non-perishable food items, available to anyone who needs food on an immediate, emergency basis. No Hoya should go hungry; the Hoya Hub is a place to pick up nutritious food to cover short breaks or other unplanned gaps in access to meals.
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During the period of online instruction during the Coronavirus pandemic, Hoya Hub has been relocated to McShain Kitchen, adjacent to McShain Large. Food items are stocked in the cabinets and on the countertop. A GOCard is needed to access the building. If you have issues accessing the space, please contact GUPD at (202) 687-4343 or Georgetown Event Management Services (GEMS) at email@example.com. For issues related to the Hoya Hub inventory or other needs, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Food Security Survey
In Spring 2020, the Food and Health Research at McCourt (FaHRM) student organization surveyed the McCourt student population following a report that 54% of undergraduate students at Georgetown experienced food insecurity. Findings from the survey and policy recommendations for the McCourt community can be found in the final report presented to Dean Cancian. MSA and FaHRM have committed to increasing food security for all graduate students at McCourt through student organization programming and advocating for increased resources with McCourt's Administrative Leaders.