To feed the mind, start with the stomach

Skipping meals?

Lifestyle changes, peer pressure, limited finances, and access to food contribute to erratic eating patterns as can irregular class schedules, part-time jobs, and variable homework loads. Despite these difficulties, it is important for students to find time for nutritious and varied foods. Eating well and regularly can improve your academic performance.


Places to eat:

More food resources for students:

  • Contact the Human Services Resource Center at (541) 737-3747 for more information on the Food Assistance Program or how to find other sources of food.
  • The Corvallis Meal Program is a free-meal-assistance program that serves meals to anyone in need.