There are great food options on campus. Dormitory-wise, it's easy to gain the Freshman 15, but if you're smart, it can be avoided. Nearly every cafeteria has a salad bar with a variety of vegetables, and the hot food usually has healthy options like chicken and vegetables. Additionally, residences rotate their food frequently, so you will never get sick of the food. It's completely affordable, and a residence meal plan is definitely the greatest route to take; you'll save a ton of money. Each meal will cost somewhere between $3 and $5 for a lot of food.
Flex dollars can be used on campus, and there are a variety of tax-free plans for upper-year students. There are a lot of chains, with Subway, Manchu Wok, and Teriyaki Experience being the most popular. Additionally, there are lots of on-campus places where you can chill with your friends and partake in a variety of food options. The Spoke is a favorite among students for its pita wraps, nachos, and fries. The Wave is a bit pricier, but the food quality speaks for itself. Expect to see more interesting menu items if you venture to this popular student restaurant!