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New pilot program offers free frozen meals to students

A new pilot program created through a partnership between Texas Woman’s University’s CARE office and Chartwells will allow members of certain student groups to pick up frozen meals weekly, according to an email students received last week. 

The program will initially be offered to students with children, student veterans, Frontiers Students and those in family housing, according to the announcement sent out by CARES graduate student Kristen Sosa. Registered students can receive two meals for each household member every Thursday during the spring semester. The program is aimed at supporting students with free meals and “increas[ing] [the] efficiency of leftover food distribution,” according to the announcement. 

Students must register weekly and can pick up meals from 3-5 p.m. in the Student Union at Hubbard Hall, room 1203. 

Space is limited and early sign-up is encouraged, according to the email. TWU community members can reach the CARES office with questions at (940) 898-2789 or via email at

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