During an Ohio State University 2017 study on Collegiate Financial Wellness, it was discovered that 58.7% of Cerro Coso students worry about not having enough money for food to get them through the month. That is 9.7% higher than the sampled average of other community colleges.
Hunger Free Campus was created to address food insecurity for students. It is Cerro Coso's belief that no student should have to learn on an empty stomach.
To confidentially request a free meal, please contact
Check monthly student event flyers for activities that provide snacks/food.
Monetary donations can be made to Hunger Free Campus through the Cerro Coso Community College (CCCC) Foundation. The CCCC Foundation has established a new fund to collect donations that will allow us to create and sustain campus food pantries at all CCCC campuses.
For Cerro Coso Faculty and Staff Only: If you are interested in providing monetary donations to this fund on an ongoing basis through payroll deduction, please contact Human Resources.
Are my monetary donations tax deductible?
The Cerro Coso Community College Foundation is a 501(c) (3) organization. All gifts to the foundation qualify for the maximum allowable deduction under the law. Donors should consult their tax counsel to determine the tax deductibility of any gift as it relates to their personal situation.
Benefits Helpline 1-877-847-3663
Mono County Social Services
452 Old Mammoth Road, Mammoth Lakes, CA 9356
Inyo Mono Advocates for Community Action (IMACA)
137 E. South Street, Bishop, CA 93514
760-873-8557, Chad Mitchel, ext. 103
Hours: Monday-Friday, 9am-4pm
For intake forms or additional information, please visit www.imaca.net or call (760) 873-8557. This schedule is subject to change.