The food on campus isn't remarkable, but it's edible and generally accessible. Students don't come to Bradley for the food, but no one goes hungry, either. There's usually something for everyone at one of the dining halls, but many students escape to eat off campus, too. Geisert Hall has a variety of meal options, and there's always something for vegetarians and vegans, too. The Sunday brunch is a student favorite and has almost every breakfast food imaginable. Williams Hall is a typical college dining hall. It doesn't have anything out of the ordinary, and the menu consists of college favorites, such as spaghetti, chicken nuggets, and tacos. Center Court is a student favorite because it serves good pizza and sandwiches, but everything is served separately, so you can't use your meal plan, which gets expensive.
Overall, it's not hard to find something to eat that fits with the meal plan, and there are also options outside a full meal. While you won't find gourmet food on campus, the lines move relatively fast in the dining halls, despite the crowds, and no one has to walk far for a meal since campus is so compact. A downfall is food is repeated again and again. Bradley doesn't compare to most schools in dining services, but those who've never been anywhere else might not notice. Students who really hate it can always venture off campus after freshman year.