TCNJ Dining Services provides students with many dining options on campus. The main dining hall, Eickhoff, is supported by student meal plans that offer swipe points or unlimited entry into the dining hall. Eickhoff hosts a salad bar, a deli-style sandwich bar, a wok, a grill, a pizza oven, desserts, home-style cooking, a soup stand, tacos, and burritos. Students with carte blanche meal plans may also take advantage of the student center's cafeteria, the Rathskellar restaurant, or the Library Café during meal equivalency, getting up to $6.25 of their meal covered by their meal plan from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Eickhoff Hall's alternatives include the Library Café, The Rathskellar, the student center cafeteria, and the Travers-Wolfe cafeteria. The Library Café generally has a selection of sandwiches and desserts, along with coffee, tea, and energy drink options. Students find it ideal to get some of their food here during the midterm and finals crunch times. The Rathskellar is a bar and restaurant that serves beer to students 21-and-up and often hosts comedians, poets, rocks bands, and hip-hop artists—almost all from the local student population. Here, you may find a selection of dishes that are more or less similar to your average American bar-and-grill menu. The student center cafeteria offers a large selection of sandwiches, finger foods, and healthy options like sushi. Finally, the Travers-Wolfe cafeteria offers dinner and late-night snack options to students. Since it's open late, it is a favorite of students during the midterm and finals crunch time. Students also have the option of using their points on items at the Marketplace Convenience Store and the student center's bookstore. Both have an array of canned and microwavable foods, snack bars, protein, and drinks.