In recent years, food at Ohio Wesleyan has gotten better. There is a pretty good variety when it comes to food in the dining halls; however, the quality isn't always up to par. But a good thing about Ohio Wesleyan Dining Services is that the workers and University are trying hard to get students' opinions so that they can improve in necessary areas. Smith Hall during lunch is a go-to place for students, even if its dinner options aren't as good. Smith offers buffet-style dining and a brunch on the weekends, too. The Hamilton-Williams Campus Center offers three meal times per day and many different food options. There is a small bakery that offers delicious fresh muffins, bagels, and every drink imaginable. Thomson (no "p"!) Hall offers Thomson Convenience Store, a small but hugely overpriced convenience store. It does come in handy, though, as it offers Gatorade, ramen noodles, and other midnight snacks that can be paid for with food points.
The biggest complaint about campus dining is that students cannot use their food points at any off-campus restaurants. Students would like the option to take a break from campus food, but with the current policy, that is a pricey alternative. One cannot argue that for a small school, a good number of dining options do exist.