Terrier Supply Closet
The Terrier Supply Closet is open to all students in need. You can support the program by donating online to the Terrier Supply Closet.
First floor of Burwell across from the AVI office.
Any student needing assistance can enter the Terrier Supply Closet by swiping their Wofford ID. The closet is open any time that Burwell Building is open.
Items available include:
- Non-perishable food.
- Shampoo, deodorant, razors, soap, body wash, toothpaste.
- Feminine hygiene products.
- Notebooks, paper, pens, pencils.
- Laundry detergent.
- Undergarments and some clothes.
- Baby formula and baby food.
There is a comment box at the front of the room for students to request additional items. Comments/questions also may be directed to email@example.com.
How do I qualify to use the Terrier Supply Closet?
The closet is open for all students who feel they need assistance. There is no screening process or application needed. Students can simply swipe their ID for entry.
How much can I take?
The college respects the judgement of the student to take what is needed. Take what you need and use what you take.
The hygiene products in the Terrier Supply Closet do not meet my needs. Can you help?
There will generally be at least one small-denomination gift card for a local pharmacy on the shelves with toiletries/hygiene products. Please take one of these cards if needed. The cards also may be used to purchase items such as aspirin or cold remedies.
Is clothing available in the Terrier Supply Closet?
In our first year of operation (2020), there is a small set of men’s coats and pants donated by the athletics office. We hope to expand these offerings in the future.
How can I support the Terrier Supply Closet?
The college welcomes donations of financial support and/or gift cards ($10-$25) for local pharmacies, grocery stores and restaurants. To give online, visit the Terrier Supply Closet form.
At this time, we ask that items of food and toiletries not be donated because of limited storage space.
Questions about the Terrier Supply Closet?
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may also reach out to Dr. Boyce Lawton, dean of student success, or to Scotdaija Jenkins, student manager.
The Terrier Supply Closet advisory committee is comprised of faculty, staff and students.
Scotdaija Jenkins, student
Russ Kibbe, student
Dr. Boyce Lawton, dean of student success
Dr. Rhiannon Leebrick, assistant professor of sociology and anthropology
Rebecca Parrish, grant specialist
The Rev. Dr. Ron Robinson, Perkins-Prothro Chaplain and Professor of Religion
James Stukes, coordinator for college access and student success
Toria Teamer, Bonner Scholars program manager
Dr. Carol Wilson, professor of English and Coordinator of academic advising