College Junior 2013-05-01T00:04:54Z
The food on campus available in dinning halls is something everyone complains about. Therefore most of the student resort to outside vendors for their lunch and dinners. However the student center does contain some good stuff which sandwiches, burritos and etc.
Recent Alumnus 2013-03-14T03:07:22Z
Some students complain about the food, but I think it is pretty good. There is a good variety of food to choose from as well.
College Junior 2013-02-24T19:43:25Z
Dining sucks at school. Gives everyone stomach problems. Will not take criticism or improve dining services.
off campus are some really great places to eat though very close to Morristown which has allot of good restaurants.
College Junior 2013-02-23T21:15:14Z
Although our food ratings tend to be low, the food itself isn't terrible. It's just very repetitive. For the first month or so it's fine; after that it all starts to taste the same. There is one main dining hall, the Commons,as well as the Snackbar (better, but a bit overpriced), Java City (if you love coffee, you will spend ALL of your money here), and the C-Store, a convenience store with inconvenient hours. There are a lot of places to order from in town.
Recent Alumnus 2012-08-15T20:41:22Z
Get the Meal Plan With Points, NOT Meals – From the moment I arrived at Drew students have been passing around petitions to improve the food, and many others have been developing and sharing creative tricks for putting together an edible meal from what is available. Cereal is always a safe bet, and DIY stir-fry is always a popular option but it tends to be a long wait. The Snack Bar, however, is a good alternative to the main dining hall (The Commons), and special meals like "Midnight Breakfast" during finals and Thanksgiving dinner (the Thursday before) are usually great.
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