Student Resource Center

Normandale's Student Resource Center strives to strengthen the supportive network that helps students meet their current and long-term needs and goals. The center connects students to campus and community resources and services to help them overcome barriers that interfere with their academic success.

The Student Resource Center:

  • Connects you to resources related to child care, food, housing, transportation, healthcare, and more to address specific needs.
  • Hosts resource fairs and workshops to make resources more available and accessible to you on campus.
  • Provides a support system and increase knowledge of navigating systems on and off campus. 

The Student Resource Center will be available to students by appointments. Please email StudentResourceCenter@normandale.edu or call 952-358-9349 to schedule an appointment. 

Please visit the Resource Map or Resources and Information for information about resources available.

Services

Resource Navigators

Resource Navigators can assist in referring and connecting you to resources and services in the following areas:

  • Clothing & Furniture
  • Domestic & Sexual Violence
  • Food
  • Health Services
  • Housing & Homelessness
  • Human Services Agencies
  • Legal
  • Mental Health
  • Parents & Families
  • Transportation & Utilities

To meet with a Resource Navigator, schedule an appointment by emailing StudentResourceCenter@normandale.edu or calling 952-358-9349.

Events

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VEAP Mobile Food Pantry


June 12, 26, July 10, 24 

2:30pm-4:00pm (The Link)

VEAP is a local food shelf that will be bringing their Mobile Food Pantry to Normandale. Students can sign-in at the Partnership Center entrance on the ground floor and receive free fresh produce. 

 

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Pop-Up Clothing Closet


Coming Fall 2019

Come shop for FREE clothes, shoes, and accessories for women, men, and children.

Guest Advocates

Oasis

Resource Connection by Oasis for Youth


Coming Fall 2019

Oasis for Youth will be available to connect and refer students to resources for food, transportation, health care, housing, hygiene, and more. 

 

CAP

SNAP Outreach by Community Action Partnership


Coming Fall 2019

CAP can assist students with applying for SNAP benefits (food stamps). They can also answer your questions about other public benefits - health insurance, energy assistance, child care assistance, etc.