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SGA and Aramark are partnering to provide free meal vouchers

Morehead State University’s Student Government Association (SGA) is partnering with Aramark to help diminish food insecurity among students.  

Designed and negotiated by Aramark Director Luke Holbrook and SGA President Brandon Bryer, this partnership will provide 75 free meal vouchers to students in need and students who have run out of meals on their meal plan.  

“I’ve always said since the beginning of my term that when I notice a need among the student body, I will address it,” said Bryer. “This time, I am addressing a concern I have seen for students that don’t have enough meals to make it through the week.” 

Students will be able to pick up the vouchers beginning April 5 in the SGA office and at all SGA programs. 15 of the meal vouchers will be placed in the student resource program, Eagle Essentials, so that students with immediate nutritional and food needs will be able to take advantage of this partnership. Eagle Essentials (251 ADUC) is an outlet for students enduring financial hardships to get the necessities they need for free.  

Nathan Hall (12), marketing coordinator for Aramark, said, “Aramark is a part of this University and this community and we want to help. We want to show students that we care and strive to make sure our actions benefit them.” 

Each voucher provides students access to 5 meals. Vouchers can be redeemed at The Rocky Adkins Dining Commons.  

For more information about Eagle Essentials, visit  

For additional information about SGA, visit or call 606-783-2071. 

For more information about MSU Dining, visit