College Junior 2013-11-20T15:32:24Z
Campus dining is open all day, but rarely has options that are tasteful or low in carbs. It is hard to try to stick to a diet or to eat healthy when eating in the dining hall, it is also hard to eat quickly during lunch and dinner hours.
College Junior 2013-05-10T15:43:35Z
the food is subpar, but free if you work the summer work program. there is only the café on campus and it gets old quickly.
College Junior 2013-02-16T00:13:46Z
There are a lot of choices for every meal. The dinning hall is buffet style and the meal plan is included in room and board cost. The Pearl Dinning Hall or the Caf has a Home-Cooking Station, International Station, Sandwhich Bar, Pizza Bar, Grill (with grilled cheese, hamburgers, and fries), Salad Bar, Soup of the Day, Dessert Station (cookies at lunch, pie and baked goods at dinner), and Cereal Bar. There is a variety of foods, but it's not what mom would cook.
Recent Alumnus 2013-01-16T23:27:27Z
The Cafeteria is the only dining option available on the meal plan. You can pay to eat at a small restaurant called the Cat's Den. It's pretty good, but so is the food in the caf. The Keeter Center is the only other option, but it is a full service, public restaurant. Pretty pricey too.
College Sophomore 2013-01-15T20:45:08Z
The only place to eat on campus is the Pearl Rogers Dinning Hall. Yes one can get tired of eating there after a while, but there is always a variety of food.
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