Senate Bill 85 dispersed "Hunger-Free Campus Designation" funding to each CSU campus in amounts based on their submitted proposals for work focused on addressing students' basic needs, particularly food insecurity and housing displacement. This funding supports the CSU's efforts to develop, enhance and integrate basic needs resources into the institutional fabric of campus culture. In doing so, students will have access to the tools necessary to persist in their education and earn a degree.
Goals for the funding are to:
There are six components funded Hunger- Free Campus teams must fulfill:
Campus teams must submit reports on the status of their campus activities. Use this
template as a draft, then copy and paste answers into the online form.
Questions? Please email
Araceli Esparza, Student Wellness and Basic Needs Coordinator
The SB 85 funding is a one-time resource. At the conclusion of the 2017-18 fiscal year, remaining funds from this allocation should be carried forward into the next fiscal year (2018-19) to support ongoing SB 85 activities.