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ACTC’s Pathfinder Pantry will re-open on Wednesday, September 9th. However, due to restrictions, the pantry will operate in a different manner this semester. Please read carefully.

About Pathfinder Pantry

The Pathfinder Pantry  is committed to transforming the lives of ACTC students through assistance with meeting basic needs and accessing campus and community resources. The Pathfinder Pantry  aims to remove non-academic barriers to college success and contributes to educational attainment for all students.  Pathfinder Pantry is not income based.

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Pathfinder Pantry Access Fall 2020

  • Students must place an order via the intake form on the website. Food will be packaged and a pick up time / location will be designated. You must register using this website:

  • Students are still limited to one bag of non-perishable items per month.

  • At this time we are not receiving fresh produce, bakery, or meats, only pre-packaged food distribution due to current health and safety guidelines.

  • All students wishing to receive assistance from Pathfinder Pantry must complete this link.  Pick up times for your order will be emailed to you.

If you need assistance with additional food throughout the month, Kentucky and Ohio residents can contact River Cities Harvest at 606-324-3663 or  West Virginia residents can contact Facing Hunger at 304-523-6029 or 

Thank you in advance for your patience as we navigate this new way of operation!

Pathfinder Pantry Contact Information

Contact Pathfinder Pantry by emailing

The Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS) recognizes that the quality of instruction and educational opportunities for all are enhanced when the diversity of the community served is represented in the student and workforce population. The KCTCS Office of Multicultural Affairs and the 16 diversity officers at each of the colleges are committed to Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action (EEO/AA) programs which promote diversity and remedy the underrepresentation of women and people of color.