The Resource and Support Center, in partnership with Counseling Services, helps students connect with a variety of campus and community resources to help them succeed inside and outside of the classroom. Students who are struggling with a financial emergency can meet with their assigned counselor to see if they maybe be eligible for emergency assistance funds.
Resources for Timely Assistance:
- Resource and Support Center Free Groceries
- Pre-packed Bags of Groceries at the White Bear Area Emergency Food Shelf
- YMCA Daily Meals
- Meals on Wheels
- RentHelpMN: now open and accepting applications for eligible renters to get caught up on overdue rent and utilities dating back to March 13, 2020.
- Metro COVID-19 Relief & Crisis Assistance
- WI CARES Relief Funds & Assistance
- Minnesota Day One Crisis: If you’re being hurt or abused, the Hotline 1.866.223.1111 assists you to get help, get safe, and get support.
The center on-campus hours are Monday and Tuesday 9 AM to 6 PM, Wednesday and Thursday 9am to 4:30pm, and Friday 9 AM to 1 PM. Watch the Wood Duck Weekly for updates on workshops, If you need assistance at another time or have any questions, please email ResourceCenter@century.edu so we can assist you.
Watch the Wood Duck Weekly for updates on workshops, Mobile Market and other events through-out the semester.
- Bridge to Benefits Screening
- Campus Food Pantry and Community Food Assistance
- Child care resources
- Computers, Repair, and Internet Resources
- Financial Assistance and Free Tax Preparation Services
- Health Services and Insurance Information
- Housing Information
- Legal Assistance Information
- Resources for Student Parents
- Transportation Information
- Unemployment Information
- Utilities Assistance
* The Bridge to Benefits Screening connects you with applying for food assistance, health insurance, energy assistance and more! * To use the screening tool to see if you may qualify for these various benefits, log-in at the website through the link in the bullet above using the username: student and password: century. Then selecting "Screening Tool" on the left-hand menu and respond to the various questions.
We are happy to take the following types of donations:
- Food items, nonperishable and garden produce
- Diapers, wipes, and related 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 (W1490) during business hours or email ResourceCenter@century.edu to make your drop off arrangements. Financial donations can be made through the Century College Foundation - select Random Acts of Kindness/Food Pantry under Department/Program.