Utah Tech University

Food Resources

Blazer Food Pantry

The Blazer Pantry is the campus food pantry available to all faculty, staff, and students experiencing food insecurity. Food insecurity is defined as those with uncertain access to nutritious and safe food because of a lack of money and resources.

  • Location: Browning Learning Center Building #103
  • Online & Fresh Food Orders: To order click HERE

Food Bank Drive Up Free Services

Utah Food Bank’s Mobile Pantries provide support to Utahns living in areas that are classified as food deserts or are inaccessible or underserved by traditional food pantries. Many Utahns live in areas classified as food deserts, areas where residents don’t have healthy, affordable food stores near them and lack sufficient transportation to get to the nearest stores. Often, the few food resources available often lack nutrition (such as fast-food restaurants) or are over-priced and under-nutritious (such as convenience stores). This service is available to all in the community free of charge. Click HERE for update to date locations/times

Interview Readiness

Getting Ready for a Professional Interview? Let Us Help You Prepare with Professional Attire! Introducing the Clothing Closet: Your Resource for Essential Student Necessities, Accessible through the Student Resource Center. Our goal is to ensure all students have access to appropriate attire, empowering them to present their best selves in professional settings.

Contact us at Resource@utahtech.edu for assistance

Utah Department of Workforce Services

Need help with education or training? The Utah Department of Workforce Services has resources available to assist qualifying individuals with financial assistance and one-on-one counseling. Additional assistance is available for Medicaid, SNAP benefits, and other state programs.

A representative is on campus weekly from 9:30 am – 12:00 pm in Browning #108.

Contact DWS

Come & Get It

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The Come & Get It program is a resource to support students while reducing food waste across campus. This is a free service allowing students to receive a text notification when extra meals are available from catered events on campus.

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