FGCU Emergency Management Advisory

Sept. 30, 2022 | All FGCU classes, including online modalities, as well as non-essential campus activities are cancelled through Sunday, Oct. 9. We are tentatively planning to return to normal operations Monday, Oct. 10. It is vital to hear from ALL students, faculty and staff so we can assess needs and move forward with reopening campus. It is critical that we hear from you. Call the FGCU Storm Recovery Call Center at (239) 310-5398 as soon as possible.

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Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)

SNAP provides supplemental nutrition benefits to help students and families experiencing food insecurity, so they can purchase healthy food and strive for self-sufficiency.



Through The FL Department of Children and Families:


  • Proof of Identity
  • Healthy adults 18-50 years old, with no dependents, not working nor in a work training program, may receive SNAP for 3 months in a 3 year period
  • Household gross income limit ≤ 200% Federal Poverty Level
  • Deductions on household expenses include shelter expenses, dependent care, medical expenses, utilities, and earned income deductions
  • Must be a Florida resident
  • Must be a U.S. citizen or have qualified noncitizen status
  • Must have Social Security Number or proof they applied for one
  • Certain individuals must provide child support cooperation 
  • Most households can have vehicles, bank accounts, and property assets and still qualify for benefits
  • Must report when total monthly gross income > 130% Federal Poverty Level per household size within 10 days
  • Must report when adult work hours < 80 hours per month within 10 days


  • College students enrolled at least half time, in some circumstances
  • Conviction of drug trafficking
  • Fleeing a felony warrant
  • Breaking SNAP rules
  • Noncitizens without qualified status

Read more about eligibility requirements here




How To Apply Through

The Florida Department of Children & Families: