Century’s Resource and Support Center strives to help students succeed. The goal of the Center is to connect students with a variety of community resources and services that help ease obstacles many face every day. Students will gain access, information, and support in order to meet the essential needs of food, health, transportation, shelter, and financial help.
The Center partners with other Century departments and community organizations to make resources, direct services, and outside referrals available in a centralized location on campus. Some of the many services of the Resource and Support Center include the Food Pantry, screening tools for public benefits like SNAP and Energy Assistance, and help in applying for scholarships. The Resource and Support Center is open to all Century students and we continue to add new partnerships to better serve a variety of student needs!
Check out information and resources on the following topics:
- Housing (paying rent, finding a place to live)
- Child care resources
- Healthcare enrollment
- Financial management
- Food and nutrition
Students can come to the Food Pantry for help with food up to twice a month. Students need to have their student ID card or student ID number with them. The supply of foods is constantly changing and we work to get healthier options all the time!
Monday – Thursday: 9am - 2pm
Closed on Fridays, holidays and semester breaks.
View our monthly calendar with visits from our current partnerships!
- Any snack items or single serving nonperishable food items
- Personal hygiene items (shampoo, lotion, soap, conditioner, hand sanitizer, feminine products)
- School supplies
Donations can be dropped off at the Resource and Support Center (W2450) or email Michele Jersak to make your drop off arrangements.
Resource and Support Center
West Campus 2450
Michele Jersak, Counselor