Our Goal: Combat food insecurity at Georgetown 

Hoya Hub serves to mitigate the physical and psychological effects of food insecurity at Georgetown and validate the dignity of all its visitors.  We are entirely run by undergraduate students of Georgetown University, with the support of our university's administration. Our program is hosted under the Georgetown University Student Association.

Currently, we serve our community with a food pantry that serves nonperishable food items. We strive to maintain the most functional space possible. We work to ensure that any student who needs the pantry will feel comfortable using it and aim to reduce the stigma associated with being food insecure. 

That being said, we do not intend to limit our efforts to this pantry. We hope to eventually combat food insecurity at its roots, and hope that the data and understanding we gain through the food pantry will be the first step in that process.


"Lacking Time, Funds for Meals, Students Face Food Inaccessibility"

    April 20, 2018 - The Hoya

An interview on the need for food

security at Georgetown University

    September 14, 2018 - The Hoya

A celebratory interview upon receiving

our new space in the Leavey Center

The Hoya Hub, Georgetown’s first food pantry, is open to all undergraduate and graduate students as well as faculty and staff. We house various meal-based non-perishable items in Leavey 417. Our mission is to provide Georgetown community members with a safe place to gain access to the resources they may need on a consistent, conditional, or occasional basis and to combat food insecurity on campus.


E: hoyahub@georgetown.edu

L: 3800 Resovior Road

    Leavey Tower 417

    Washington, DC 20057

The Hoya Hub is a program of Georgetown University.


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