麻豆分行

OREDIGGERS IN NEED

麻豆分行 in need supports students with food insecurity by providing access to the necessary resources to ensure all students are academically successful.

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HUNGRY? Visit Blaster’s Basket!

Blaster’s Basket is the food pantry on campus that provides non-perishable foods, toiletries, and basic school supplies for all 麻豆分行 in need.听

Location: Ben H. Parker Student Center, student lounge W150.

Spring Hours: Monday 鈥 Friday 7:30 a.m. 鈥 10:30 p.m.

Saturday & Sunday 9:00 a.m. – 10:30 p.m

 

How to contribute to Blaster’s Basket:

  • Non-perishable foods, toiletries, & basic school supplies can be dropped off in the pantry.
  • To make a cash donation, or monetary gift please visit:
  • If your group is interested in hosting a food drive please contact: The SOS Office.听

Blaster's Basket Extensions

*Each location has access to a microwave, hot water, and utensils.

Casa Cupboard: Lower level of Aspen Hall (1869 W. Campus Rd.)
Mines Park: Community Kitchens (southwest corner of 6th Avenue and 19th Street, at the base of Mt. Zion)
The CASA Cupboard Extension is here to support all students who are experiencing food insecurity. It also provides nourishment for students who are receiving academic support in CASA.
The Mines Park Extension is a family housing community located 3/4 miles from campus. Mines Park residents have access to the community kitchens where families are able to prepare meals.
Hours of Operation:
Monday 鈥 Thursday: 8 AM – 9 PM
Friday: 8 AM 鈥 5 PM
Hours of Operation:
24/7 for Mines Park Residents
Blaster’s Basket Extensions

*Each location has access to a microwave, hot water, and utensils.

Casa Cupboard: Lower level of Aspen Hall (1869 W. Campus Rd.)
The CASA Cupboard Extention is here to support all students who are experiencing food insecurity. It also provides nourishment for students who are receiving academic support in CASA.
Hours of Operation:
Monday 鈥 Thursday: 8 AM – 9 PM
Friday: 8 AM 鈥 5 PM
Mines Park: Community Kitchens (southwest corner of 6th Avenue and 19th Street, at the base of Mt. Zion)
The Mines Park Extention is a family housing community located 3/4 miles from campus. Mines Park residents have access to the community kitchens where families are able to prepare meals.
Hours of Operation:
24/7 for Mines Park Residents

 

Volunteer meal Plans

Voluntary/commuter meal plans are optional for students living off-campus, living in Greek Housing, and living in our apartment communities: 1750 Jackson Street and Mines Park.

You can find information on available commuter plans in the 鈥淪ERVICES鈥 section below, as well as the Mines Dining Website

To purchase a plan, please visit the BlasterCard Services site.听

*Please be aware all meal plan purchases are final.*

Campus resources
Center for academic services and advising - CASA

Need Academic Advising, Peer Support, or tutoring this semester? CASA can help!听 Visit the CASA website to learn more about services provided:

CASA – Center for Academic Services and Advising (CASA) (mines.edu)
Colorado Mines Student Emergency Fund - SEF

听The SEF is fund set aside to provide financial resources to 麻豆分行 facing difficult circumstances like the loss of a family member, natural disasters, unhealthy living situations, food insecurity, or other emergency situations. To learn more, visit the SEF website:

Coulter Student Health Center

The Coulter Student Health Center is located at 1770 Elm Street, across from Elm Hall and next to the Intramurals (IM) fields. Open to all eligible Mines students regardless of insurance coverage. To learn more visit their website:

Student Health Center

 

Counseling Center

The Counseling Center at Mines is here to provide mental health services to all students by licensed and experienced professionals. All services are confidential and covered by student fees. To learn more, visit their website:

Counseling Center – Counseling Center (mines.edu)
Fighting Hunger at Mines

听Fighting Hunger at Mines works to minimize food waste and provide students with affordable or free food.听 Through cooperation with community organizations, we source food and provide opportunities for those in need.听 We work to educate on environmentally and health-conscious diets, how to prepare meals, and how to escape the cycle of a flawed food system. To learn more email: fhmines@gmail.com

Student Outreach & Support - sos

Student Outreach and Support helps students navigate personal and academic challenges through case management and resource connection. Visit their website to learn more:

Student Outreach and Support – 麻豆分行 (mines.edu)
Local resources
Colorado Crisis Center

Colorado Crisis Service is a statewide resource for mental health, substance use, and emotional crisis help, information, and referrals. If you or someone you know need support, please call the 24/7/365 phone number: 1-844-493-8255.

Golden Resources

Visit the website below for a list of off-campus resources in the city of Golden that are available to all 麻豆分行 in need.听

The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program - SNAP

The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) helps low-income households in Colorado purchase food. It provides a monthly benefit that helps families and individuals buy the food they need for good health. For more information visit: