Career Closet and Panther Pantry Reopens

Students in need may use products free of charge


Photo by Lindsey M. Foster

Sandy Pagans, Coordinator of Student and Family Support, goes through clothing in the Career Closet.

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Who needs clothes for an interview or internship? Maybe there is a student in need of hygiene products?

Campus’s Student Life and Engagement is planning to revamp the Career Clothing Closet and Panther Pantry.

The Clothing Closet consists of clothing that students can use for interviews and internships. It is currently in need of more women’s and men’s clothing.

“If you would like to donate any clothing for students in the age range of 18-21, they can be dropped off,” said Angie Dahl, Vice President of Student Development and Campus Life.

Hygiene products are also needed for the Panther Pantry. This is where students can pick up any products they may need. Donations made here need to be travel-sized toiletries.

All items from the Career Clothing Closet and Panther Pantry are free to students in need.

Donations are being taken to Sandy Pagan’s office in Roberts Hall, room 11 during her office hours from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. She can also be contacted through her email, [email protected].

“If you have students in need, please tell them about this resource,” Dahl said.

For students in need of these items, the Career Closet and Panther Pantry can be found in Roberts Hall room 12.