College Freshman 2013-11-14T22:12:31Z
The dining is not awful, but it is kind of tough to find healthy options. Also, it is very packed and needs more room when standing in the lines. My only real turn off is that it is not open very late. When the athletes get out of practice, it is usually closed. If it stayed open maybe even an hour later, it would benefit the students more.
College Junior 2013-05-07T18:14:57Z
The ARA, or cafeteria, food is awful and the only other option is the grill downstairs which is basically all grease foods.
College Sophomore 2013-04-01T16:33:53Z
The food is average, its ok but not the best. Usually they have the same thing every week so you get tired of it. However, OBU gives each student with a meal plan several "flex dollars" so that they can get food elsewhere on campus so they don't have to eat in the cafeteria all the time.
College Sophomore 2013-03-03T22:33:36Z
The selections in the cafeteria (the "ARA") are lacking. Of course eating in any dining hall becomes repetitive, but at least they could try harder to provide more variety. I don't imagine the cost of about $7 a meal in the ARA to be justified by the quality of the food provided. Honestly, if I didn't have to purchase a meal plan because of the dorm I live in, I wouldn't.
College Junior 2013-01-16T19:54:46Z
The meal plan/flex dollars are fine, but it is the food that is horrible. I would rather use up my flex dollars than eat in the cafeteria. I believe any meals that are not used by the end of the week should transfer into flex dollars to be used downstairs.
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