Lucille A. Bova Food Pantry

lucille a bova food pantry

Exams are Hard! But we can make access to meals easy! Come to the Lucille A. Bova Food Pantry!

The Members of the Subcommittee on Food Insecurity of the Academic Senate and President Diane B. Call would like to announce the availability of the Lucille A. Bova Food Pantry, located on the 4th floor of the Kurt R. Schmeller Library Building in room 433A. The Food Pantry offers non-perishable food options to members of Queensborough Community College who may be experiencing hunger.

Food Pantry services are confidential. For more information or to make a donation to the Food Pantry, please email

This March and April

The Lambda Sigma Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa,

with the Co-sponsorship of the Faculty Executive Committee; the Queensborough Student Association; the Faculty of Schmeller Library; the Department of Business; the Stock Market Club; NYPIRG; the Psychology Club; the Korean Student Association; The Ally LGBTQ Club; the ASAP Club; the STEM Research Club; the Chemistry Club; the Biology Club; the Environmental Sustainability Club; The Muslim Student Assocation; The Newman Club; The College Discovery Club; the Haitian Club; the Health Club & the SACNAS QCC Chapter

Invites you to contribute to our

Autumn Harvest Food Drive to benefit Queensborough's Lucille A Bova Food Pantry

to benefit Queensborough's


Please contribute NON-PERISHABLE ITEMS: Rice, Beans, Spaghetti and Spaghetti Sauce, Canned Soups, Tuna, Children's Cereal, Peanut Butter and Jam, & Personal hygiene items. Kosher, Halal, and Vegetarian items, ready-to-open cans, preferred!

Drive ends Monday, December 11, 2017

Drop Off Points

Library Main Entrance; Student Union; Medical Arts Building, Room 413; Science Building, Room 448A; Biology Department; W Building; Business Department, Administration Building, Room 405

Hours of Operation, Fall 2017

Mondays: 5 to 6 PM

Tuesday: 12:30 to 1:30 PM

Wednesdays: 5 to 6 and/or by appointment

Thursdays: 2 to 5 PM

Fridays: 1 to 2 PM

For an appointment, please email Emily S. Tai, Chair, Committee on Food Insecurity


Donation Drop Off Points:

  • Schmeller Library Entrance (second floor)
  • Medical Arts 02 (the Health Office)
  • Medical Arts 213 (the Biology Department)
  • Medical Arts 104 (the Social Sciences Department)
  • Medical Arts 413
  • Science 448A
  • W-110 (the ASAP Building)
  • C Building, adjacent to Room 105 (the Office of the Department of Art and Design)

A major food drive will begin in February. Themed "Share the Love," this drive is co-sponsored by PTK, the Chemistry Club, the Nursing Association, the STEM Research Club, the Muslim Student Association, NYPIRG, the Criminal Justice Academy, the ASAP Club, and the Queensborough Student Association. Please consider making a donation or co-sponsoring the drive!

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