The University of Minnesota’s Grad SERU data has shown that 11% of professional students are food insecure. The Care Corners were individually created to help combat the food insecurity among health professional students in addition to other resources offered by the University of Minnesota. More specifically, Care Corners help provide students with additional food between the openings of Nutritious U, an extremely beneficial resource that is open for a total of 24 hours over three days each month. Additionally, the Care Corners provide increased accessibility to food for health professional students as they are located in areas that are more heavily trafficked by this particular population. Overall, the Care Corners are a supplemental program that is working to improve food insecurity among health professional students.