Check out our HSRC Resource Manual which includes information on where to find Emergency Food/Soup Kitchens, Childcare Resources, Thrift Stores, Medical/Dental Resources, Household Items, Clothing, Furniture, and other resources.
The food stamp application is now available online. Please follow the link to fill out the application. If you have any questions, feel free to send us an email. You can also refer directly to the food stamp website at http://www.oregon.gov/DHS/assistance/Pages/foodstamps/snap-info.aspx.
The Graduate Conference Registration Subsidy is made available by HSRC to help graduate students pay their registration fees for educational and professional conferences, up to a total amount of $150. Each student can only apply for the subsidy once during a fiscal year.
Applications must be for conferences that occurred within the current fiscal year, and must be submitted within 30 days of the conference.
211info provides access to thousands of nonprofit organizations, government entities and faith-based institutions? 211info is a nonprofit organization that directs you to Oregon and Southwest Washington resources.
Here is another list of resources that can help you save money. We have textbook resources, scholarship information, coupons/daily deals, and resources for affordable housing near campus: Word Document.
Another resource is "The Ultimate Frugal Resource Guide", which has many coupons and a wide variety of deals.