New York City community college offers food pantry for students hard hit by COVID pandemic

BRONX, New York (WABC) -- A community college in New York City is giving back to their students who have been hit hard by the COVID pandemic.

Bronx Community College has always had a strong history of helping their students overcome adversity and life challenges.

The school is in the poorest congressional district in the nation.

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As you can imagine, many of the students were hit hard during the pandemic and the school quickly adjusted to help address new concerns.

BCC is offering a food pantry for students, which has been especially helpful during this pandemic.

They also offer technology support and resources for mental health and stress.

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