You will get sick of the food on campus, but not nearly as quickly as you'd imagine. The cafeteria is accommodating, and the selection of food varies from day to day. There are enough buffet options available at every meal that you won't fall into the rut of eating the same thing every day. The alternatives to cafeteria dining are exceptional but are generally overpriced. Salads can run as much as $5, and organic fruits are expensive as well. The nice thing about the on-campus restaurants is the quality of food served. It may not be as affordable, but the quality is worth it.
The dining options on campus are reasonable for a school this size. The atmosphere at Tommy's is as good as the food, but the wait can be frustrating and is sometimes as long as half an hour. The mini-arcade and air hockey table help alleviate the wait, as do the TVs that line the walls. Occasionally, campus bands will play or a comedian will do a show downstairs as well. The outdoor dining area is open and comfortable in the spring, and it is a nice alternative to the music, chatter, and sportscasters inside. Tommy's livens up dinner and redeems the otherwise blasé dining at the cafeteria.