Campus Food Pantries

What's going on in the classroom may be secondary to what is going on in your life. We understand, and our communities do, too. Each college campus has a food pantry, easily accessible and available to current students. 

Campus Locations

Clinton Community College

The CCC Cupboard offers non-perishable food items, diapers, hygiene products, and other essentials to all students. Located in Room 123 on the main campus. Take what you need and donate back when you are able. 

If you need to access the Cupboard when it is closed, please go to Room 100. Our Student Services staff will open it for you. 

Anyone can donate to the Cupboard. Food, cleaning products, personal hygiene items, diapers, and more can be dropped off at the Information Desk at CCC. Donations directly benefit students attending the college.

Muscatine Community College

The MCC Market is in the McAvoy Center. The Market is open every second and fourth Wednesday from 12 - 2 p.m. to serve MCC students and their families. 

You can register ahead of time with Jan Phillips to make sure your family's needs are met, but walk-ins are also welcome.

There are free food fridges located in the Library and Welding lab for students. They are stocked every Monday and Wednesday thanks to a partnership with Kum & Go's food recovery program. 

Scott Community College

The SCC Pantry is staffed by volunteers from Our Savior Lutheran Church and food is provided by the Riverbend Foodbank.

Follow the steps below to get non-perishable items, fresh produce, dairy products, and more.

The Caring Closet is open to BTC students during building hours. Located in Room 116C, it provides items to meet some basic needs.  

The Sharing Shelf is within the former bank vault on the first floor. It is available anytime the building is open and provides gently used clothing, both professional and casual, footwear, and some non-perishable foods.

The Student Success Store provides school supplies, grab and go food, personal hygiene products, and winter clothing items. 

The West Davenport Center also hosts a food pantry every Monday and Wednesday from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Just drop in. No pre-registration or sign-up required. 

Community Resources

  • Foodfinder is a map of food pantries nationwide. Enable your current location or search around your ZIP code to learn about free food assistance programs near you.
  • is a directory for food banks, soup kitchens, and non-profit organizations committed to fighting hunger. Search by state to see what’s available near you.

Want to Donate?

You can donate to any of the campus food pantries. 

The SCC Food Pantry at the Belmont Campus accepts donations in Room 2402. All other campus locations accept donations at the Student Service Information Desks.