Campus & Community Resources

Campus & Community Resources

Food Insecurity

University District Food Bank / 206-523-7060

  • Walk-in food bank 4 days a week
  • 5017 Roosevelt Way NE, Seattle, WA 98105
  • Serves residents in zip codes 98102, 98103, 98105, 98112, 98115, 98125

UW Campus Food Pantry /

  • Supplies UW students, staff, and faculty with non-perishable groceries and select fresh produce for no cost
  • Pop-up locations in HUB 214 and the Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center, once a month during the academic year.

Washington State Basic Food Benefits

  • You may be eligible for Basic Food Benefits
  • You can find more information about eligibility & how to apply at /esa/community-services-offices/basic-food

Student Loans

If you have federal student loans, they are most likely eligible for deferment while you are enrolled as a student. Often this happens automatically, but if it does not, check in with your loan provider. Contact the Registration and Transcripts Office for more info:

225 Schmitz Hall, 206-543-4000,

Tenants’ Rights

Our union has fought alongside community and political leaders for improvements to tenants’ rights in Seattle and Washington State. You can find info about your rights as a renter – including move-in fees, rent increases, and more – at cs/groups/pan/@pan/documents/web_informational/dpdd016420.pdf

WA Community Action Network

Tenants Union of Washington State