The Center for Campus and Community Connections

About Us

The Center for Campus and Community Connections is a walk-in office created to provide retention support through resource stability initiatives and community connections.

This includes connecting students to campus and community resources, student mentors and volunteer coordination.

Our Services

The Center for Campus and Community Connections is here to help if you need services or are experiencing hardship. We will help identify your needs and can provide food, clothing and community resources.

Our office will also connect you to on- and off-campus resources to further assist you with your needs.

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Resources We Offer

Our office houses the Harvest Food Pantry and Garden, Career Closet and Free Store.

The Harvest Food Pantry and Garden provides free food resources to Owens Community College Students while classes are in session.

The Owens Career Closet and Free Store welcomes students to acquire clothing items for interviews, job fairs or class presentations.

For more information on the Harvest Food Pantry, Career Closet or any other resources, please contact us or visit College Hall 151 on the Toledo-area Campus.

Contact Us

Location: College Hall 151, Toledo-area Campus
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Krista Kiessling, Director
(419) 460-1272


We are available in College Hall 151 from 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday – Friday.

Please schedule an appointment.

If you need assistance outside of regular office hours, please call (419) 460-1272 for assistance. 

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