Single Stop on Your Campus
Jacqueline Villalobos, Single Stop Center for Military Family & Veterans Coordinator, assists a student at the Central Piedmont Community College Emergency Food Pantry
Where Single Stop Comes In
Single Stop began its Education Program in 2009, recognizing that our benefits screener technology and one-stop shop model could be advantageous for institutions of higher education. From there, the program expanded to 30 colleges across the United States, each tailoring the elements of the program to its own needs. Site staff are housed in their own location on campus, usually in a hub of student activities and services, and meet with students to determine the most appropriate interventions for their particular challenges.