Dining on campus is not one of the University’s high marks. The cafeteria closes relatively early (7 p.m. on weekdays and 6 p.m. on weekends), which means students have to get food elsewhere at night. There is also little variety of food offered, and it’s not the best tasting. Plus, prices are relatively expensive for what you get. One tip is to keep a cautious eye on the remaining value on your meal card or else you are bound to run out before the semester ends. There are vegetarian options here, but, overall, the food on campus is rather unhealthy. The dining hall grill has a number of options but they’re basically on a rotating schedule during the week, so after a while it becomes very repetitive. Another option is the salad bar, but even that will serve the same thing according to the day.
The Outtakes Convenience Store (C-Store) is an alternate place to get food on campus. It sells typical convenience store items and stays open until midnight, but the options are limited and equally expensive as the cafeteria. Luckily, there is a grocery store, Pizza Hut, McDonald’s, and Wendy's near campus, which are great alternatives if you’re looking for better-tasting and possibly healthier food than what is served on campus.