Food & Housing Resources

These resources were compiled Fall 2020.

Rams Against Hunger

Rams Against Hunger operates through the SLiCE Office at CSU and fights food insecurity for students, faculty, and staff. This resource offers food pantries, pocket pantries, meal-swipe programs, and assistance with SNAP benefits. In addition, the food pantries now have diapers, wipes, and baby food through their partnership with the Nappie Project! The food is fresh, healthy, and delicious and can vary from “on-the-go” snack food to groceries for dinner based on the student’s specific needs.


Larimer County Food Bank

The Larimer County Food Bank provides FREE food for the hungry that is healthy and delicious. They offer two food shares, pop-up pantries across the community, two mobile food pantries, and a Family Medicine Center Pantry–all places you can access free food. Their program Cooking Matters teaches people to shop and prepare healthy, low-cost meals and they also offer a Kids Cafe where kids ages 5-18 can access FREE meals. Their services are always free and non-judgemental, so definitely stop by!


Loveland’s Community Kitchen

Loveland’s Community Kitchen provides free food and conversation for those who are hungry or struggling. They are located at 427 N Garfield Avenue in Loveland, CO and are always welcoming people over. Their business hours and COVID-19 adaptations can be found at their website linked below.


Aggie Village Family Apartment

Are you a student at CSU looking for furnished, affordable family housing? The Aggie Village Family Apartments are just five minutes from campus and offer affordable family apartments that have a close vicinity to campus as well as a beautiful family-safe environment. On-site permit parking is available as well as resident and family-focused programs and playground equipment for your little ones.


Neighbor to Neighbor

Neighbor to Neighbor is located about 13 minutes from campus at 1550 Blue Spruce Drive, Fort Collins, CO 80524. This resource offers financial assistance to low-income families that cover anything from rent assistance, mortgage counseling, housing search assistance, and homeownership advising.