Campus Dining

Student Affairs

Fall 2020 Changes

Changes to Campus Dining for Fall 2020

We’ve made numerous changes to ensure that our dining venues are spaces where students can safely socialize and enjoy a healthy meal.

 

New Protocols to Keep You Healthy

  • Employee health will be screened daily.
  • CDC and state guidelines, as well as additional university and vendor guidelines, are in place.
  • All operations will be closely monitored to ensure students are as safe as possible.

Ensuring Dining Areas are Safe and Convenient

  • Many dining venues — including food trucks — will be order-ahead and pickup only.
  • Venues will have limited seating, plexiglass dividers on tables, posted directional signage and physical distancing decals placed on floors.
  • Terrell Hall will offer curbside pickup.
  • Foy Commons will be an order-ahead venue. Pick up meals from warming boxes that will keep food at a safe temperature until you arrive.

Use Dining Funds for Home Chef Meal Kits

  • Choose from a variety of Home Chef meals and have them delivered straight to your door.
  • Purchase a $120 Home Chef voucher through GrubHub and receive a code via email to use on the Home Chef website at checkout. Vouchers do not expire.

 

For on-campus residents

On-campus students are still required to have the $1100 meal plan even if all their classes are online. As listed above, there are multiple options for students to access food conveniently wherever they live on campus.

 

For off-campus residents 

Off-campus residents will automatically be enrolled in the $350 dining plan. Those students who have schedules with all online-only classes may apply for a dining plan exemption. Students who have at least one class that meets on-campus are not be eligible for the exemption. This includes all class modalities that are not coded online only. Refunds will be processed after the 15th class day, after drop and add is finished.

Last modified: September 1, 2020