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Donate your unusable guest swipes to help fight food insecurity on campus!

Contributed by Max Kasler on 03/03/21 

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To combat food insecurity on our campus, in a mutual aid model, students with unlimited meal plans can offer up 2 of their guest meal passes this semester by simply filling out this form. This semester, with no guests allowed on campus, put those guest passes that come with your meal plans to great use!




Sharing your extra swipes takes less than 30 seconds! This semester, with no guests on campus, this is the perfect use for those guest passes that come included with all 20 Swipe/Week meal plans. 

Students who would like to secure meal swipes can simply contact Student Financial Services at to receive packages of 15 meal swipes put onto your card.  Students can use this resource at any dining location, and "reload" more than once- as needed!  You do NOT need to be on a meal plan to receive meal swipes.


We believe that healthy, accessible food is a basic human right, and that ensuring that everyone in our IC family are afforded that right is at the foundation of who we are as a campus community.  Across the country, 1 in 5 students regularly skip meals, having to prioritize other costs associated with college. This time, more than ever, we NEED you to share your swipes! 


For more information about the program on our campus check out our FAQs.

For more about Swipe Out Hunger as a national organization read here.


Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Julia Ganbarg at . We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.



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