SNAP Awareness Day
PLEASE NOTE THE DATE HAS CHANGED TO TUESDAY, MARCH 10th!
The Office of Sustainability and partners across campus are happy to host a day of SNAP Awareness and Enrollment activities!
The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), formerly known as Food Stamps, helps individuals and families put food on the table. SNAP is the nation’s most effective program, keeping 8 million Americans out of poverty, including 4 million children. Over 900,000 Tennesseans rely on SNAP to escape hunger.
Don't think you qualify?
College students may be eligible for SNAP based on one of the following:
- Participate in a work-study program
- Work 80 hours per month
- Care for a child under age 6
- Single parent caring for a child under 12 & enrolled full-time
- Be under age 18 OR over age 49
- Have a documented physical or mental disability
- Receive a Families First (TANF) or Social Security benefits
- Attend school as part of an employment readiness program
10am - 4pm One-on-One SNAP Enrollement Help (room 367)
11am - 4pm Resource Fair (room 362A)
11am - 12:30pm Documentary showing (room 362A)
1pm - 2pm Campus Food Insecurity presentation (room 362A)
2pm - 4pm Open Discussion (room 362A)
Tuesday, March 10, 2020 at 10:00am to 4:00pm
Student Union, 362A & 367
1502 Cumberland Ave. Knoxville, TN 37996