Food Insecurity & Homelessness

Food Insecurity & Homelessness

Regalia Food Pantry

Equipped to provide a variety of food and personal care items for our students in need. The food pantry is overseen by the O’Connor Center for Community Engagement.

  • The Regalia Food Pantry is located in Farrell Student & Community Center, Lower Level, Room 032.
  • Hours of operation: Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Why we offer a pantry

Food insecurity has become more of an issue on college campuses across the country.  It can cause barriers to student success, health and well-being. Many students come to campus with limited resources and little experience in managing their needs. Hunger makes it difficult to study, sleep, or engage in academics and social activities. If a student's food needs aren't being met, that likely will limit their success as a student at SUNY Delhi.

How to use the pantry

  • Students who wish to access the Food Pantry are welcome and encouraged to visit Farrell Room 032.
  • Donations to the pantry are also welcome!!

Swipe It Forward

SUNY Delhi's Food Insecurity Task Force developed the program in collaboration with Swipe Out Hunger, a national non-profit organization working with over 80 campuses nationwide. The first of its kind within the SUNY system, Swipe It Forward was implemented at SUNY Delhi in Fall 2019.

  • Have a bonus meal left over at the end of the semester? Donate it to your fellow hungry Bronco: Donate a Swipe
  • If you are a student who needs a meal: Request a Swipe


For assistance with homelessness needs, contact Leslie Barger, Senior Assistant Director of Residence Life for Housing & Operations at

Community housing resources include: