About Minerva’s Market
Minerva's Market provides free food to TWU students as a premier college partner with the Tarrant Area Food Bank.
Minerva's Market, a free on-campus food pantry, is intended to help fill the gap for students experiencing food insecurity and not be the sole source of a student’s entire food needs. Minerva’s Market is focused on student success through supporting students who are hungry, fostering an increased understanding of food insecurity and providing a space for students to volunteer.
Hours and Location
Minerva's Market is located at the Student Union at Hubbard Hall #1203 and is open Mondays - Wednesdays from 11:30a-3:30p and Thursday by appointment.
How to Shop
Each semester, students will need to complete an application form. Once the form is complete, students will be able to shop at the Market one time per week at no charge. Students will need to show their student ID to verify enrollment and wear a mask in the pantry.
- Bring your TWU ID
- Bring grocery bags (if you have any)
- Wear a mask
Why the need for Minerva's Market?
Students experiencing hunger is a problem nationally and locally. According to research published by TWU Food & Nutrition Sciences faculty and graduate students, between 37-44% of TWU students reported experiencing food insecurity. Understandably when basic needs are not met, learning is impacted.
What is Minerva's Market?
Through a partnership with the Tarrant Area Food Bank, Minerva’s Market will be stocked with both fresh and non-perishable foods and items. Currently enrolled TWU students will have access to food items to positively impact their academic progress by supporting some of their nutritional needs. Additionally, CARE staff will provide information about the mobile pantry and SNAP application help while at the pantry.
How can I help?
Want to help be a part of making a difference? Volunteer at Minerva’s Market today! For more information about volunteering opportunities contact the CARE office.
Items and monetary donations are welcomed (and needed)! Please contact the CARE office.
The following items are needed
- Feminine hygiene products
- Peanut butter
- Pasta & pasta sauce
- Ready to eat meals/foods
- Microwave macaroni and cheese
- Canned tuna kits
- Instant oatmeal
Page last updated 9:48 AM, August 16, 2021