Community and Student Resources

Manhattan Tech is committed to helping our students be successful during the COVID-19 pandemic. We recognize that you may need additional support and services during this time, such as access to counseling and additional assistance. Here is a list of several community resources.  Please keep in mind that we are providing this list as a resource to you, there may be other providers that are not on this list, as it is not an exhaustive list. Additionally, there is a community resource guide (spanish and english pdfs) provided in the downloads section.

Student Resources

Community Resources:

Manhattan Common Table


Harvesters Free Food Distribution
Food Type
Friday, April 3rd 3pm KSU Rec Complex Parking Lot C-1 Fresh Fruits/Vegetables, Non-Perishable Food
Friday, April 17th 4pm KSU Rec Complex Parking Lot C-1 Fresh Fruits/Vegetables, Non-Perishable Food

Flint Hills Breadbasket

Boys and Girls Club – Free Drive Through Family Dinner – Call 785-539-1947. 

On March 24th, Governor Kelly issued Executive Order 20-10, temporarily prohibiting certain foreclosures and evictions in Kansas as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Kansas Appleseed a statewide 501(c)(3) nonprofit, nonpartisan advocacy organization dedicated to the belief that Kansans, working together, can build a state full of thriving, inclusive, and just communities has provided guidance on Executive Order NO. 20-10

Kansas Appleseed Summary on Executive Order NO. 20-10

Summary of their Guidance

In short, the key word for renters and mortgagers is 'certain':

  • Tenants or homeowners cannot be evicted or foreclosed on if the reason for their financial hardship is caused by COVID-19. 
  • Evictions and foreclosures not related to financial hardships resulting from the pandemic can still happen. 
  • Tenants and homeowners are still responsible for rent and mortgage payments. 
  • After the order expires, renters can still be evicted and homeowners foreclosed on. 

Read the full Executive Order NO. 20-10.

Provided information derived directly from Kansas Appleseed



Fixed Route Service Hours:
Monday-Friday 7 am - 7 pm
Saturdays 9 am - 7 pm


  • $1.00 single ride for an adult
  • $0.50 single ride for youth ages 7-17
  • Free for children under the age of 6
  • All children younger than 12 must be
  • accompanied by an adult. Transfers are free.

Unlimited Bus Pass:

  • 1, 3, 5, and 30-day passes can be purchased at the aTa Bus office, Dillons, Hy-Vee, City Hall, and the Health Department. Half-price passes may be available. See the website to find out if you are eligible.

Green Apple Bikes

  • Free limited time use bikes. You may use any GAB located in a bike rack or one you find around town.
  • Please return bike to a GAB rack within 4 hours.
  • To view GAB rack locations and for more information, visit the website.

Laundry Love MHK

  • Suds Y’r Duds - 1453 Anderson Ave.
  • 2nd Tuesday of every month, 6:00-9:00 pm.
  • Up to 5 free loads of laundry per family.

FIT Closet
1609 College Ave. 785-320-6750

Catholic Charities

Substance Abuse Hotline

Ogden Friendship House of Hope