Student Resources for Immediate Needs
The Dean of Students Office coordinates several resources to assist students facing financial or food insecurity.
Swipe Out Hunger
Student Emergency Assistance Grants
Community Emergency Assistance Resources
Many resources also exist in the Fargo-Moorhead community to support our students. The following resources are available to you to help if you are experiencing food insecurity, housing insecurity, financial hardship, transportation challenges, or other challenges. If you would like to connect with someone at MSUM to help you navigate these or other resources, please ask for help either through the Dean of Students office or through the Case Manager at MSUM Counseling Services.
Food & Hunger Resources
Several food pantries are available to individuals in need within the Fargo-Moorhead community.
Some students may also be eligible for SNAP benefits. The Lakes & Prairies Community Action Partnership is our Clay County SNAP Outreach provider.
Micah’s Mission Shelter & Community Center (Churches United) provides emergency shelter for men, women, and families in the Moorhead community.
Visit MATBUS.com for up-to-date information on routes across the Fargo-Moorhead community. MATBUS is available to all MSUM students free of charge.
This flyer provides helpful information about Child care assistance, grants, and community resources available to MSUM students.
MSUM students may apply for a Student Emergency Assistance Fund grant for assistance with unexpected financial challenges.