College Sophomore 2013-11-27T19:49:28Z
The on campus dining is good. It has as much variety as off campus. You really have a lot to choose from and they make it so that they keep everyone in mind, including vegetarians, lactose-intolerants, etc. They also have markets on campus where you can use your meal plan also to get a larger variety of items to choose from. Meals plans are a set price that parents pay that is then put on a university issued card that you spend for the semester. If you run out, you have to ask your parents to put more on, so spend wisely.
College Freshman 2013-11-16T07:00:55Z
The food is good, but there are few options and I get sick of it quickly.
College Freshman 2013-11-08T18:10:02Z
There are two dining halls and two markets, they all have a nice variety of options and are very cost-effective.
College Sophomore 2013-11-03T19:00:28Z
Campus dining facilities offer a variety of options to deplete your meal plan, but after a few weeks, you may be yearning for a little more.
College Junior 2013-10-27T17:15:59Z
The dining halls around campus are decent, but Trivette definitely gets old. Try to go to Central as much as possible, as their variety and quality is pretty good. Cascades in the student union is delicious, as they have a lot of post-workout smoothies, sushi, etc. Again, Trivette is not ideal, but they are working on improving it by upping Park Place's food quality and adding on a Chipotle (yessss.)
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