There's a variety of different meal choices on campus. The Lane University Center includes a Chick-fil-A, Taco Bell, and many other options. The food is delicious, but it costs you an arm and a leg. Normally, you can buy a 99-cent burrito at Taco Bell, but here it is almost $2. Lane Center overprices all of its food just so the University can make a profit. Good news is that the Lane Center uses meal plans, but the hours that meal plans are accepted are very minimal and very inconvenient. If you go there before the time meal plans are accepted, you can only pay with cash, debit/credit, or bonus bucks (money that you put onto your student ID).
If you are not interested in the food offered there, then Sub Zero (a deli attached to Sowers Hall) or the Chesapeake Dining Hall are your only other options on campus. Sub Zero makes the food right in front of you—it’s delicious, and it is the healthiest option. Chesapeake has good food, but it cannot always be trusted. Like most cafeterias, the students are not always sure what the food is made of. At all three of these locations, there are numerous options for those students who are vegan, vegetarian, or kosher. Students are able to get delicious salads, wraps, and sandwiches that are healthy and fit any taste.