Expanded hours, additional menu options, and new locations are all among the changes made by Campus Dining Services this year.
Aramark, Meredith’s dining services provider, has made these changes in partnership with Meredith administrators in order to best serve the campus community.
Recent changes include:
Menu options have also been expanded. In Belk Dining Hall a Restaurant Rotation has been launched at the Expo station. This station will rotate weekly with a different themed menu. These theme destinations are all made to order, fully customizable menu options. The fruit/yogurt bar and the salad bar have been expanded and new offerings have been added to the Grill station. Some new Grill offerings include gyros, chicken tenders, chicken nuggets, buffalo chicken sandwiches, and macaroni and cheese.
Offerings have also been increased in order to serve students better during the periods between meal times. These include keeping the pizza station, salad bar and fruit/yogurt bar open. Items at the Grill will be made to order. Late night options are now available in Belk after dinner. Students can stop by Belk from 8 p.m.-11 p.m. and choose from fresh baked items such as cookies and brownies, chips, and granola bars.
After spring break, a new dining option called Food for Thought will open in Carlyle Campbell Library, offering snack items, bottled drinks, and Grab & Go food. Dining Dollars, cash, and credit will be accepted.
The changes were in response to customer feedback.
“Meredith Dining really took a close look at student and customer feedback in fall 2018 and we’ve made a lot of changes based on this feedback,” said Russ Currie, General Manager with Meredith Dining, Aramark. “We want students to know ‘We Heard You’ and we’re excited about these new offerings and the changes we’ve made.”
Currie welcomes continued feedback from students about their experiences with Meredith Dining.
“Visit yourdiningvoice.com anytime to let us know how we’re doing,” Currie said. “We like to connect regularly to our customers to hear feedback and ensure we’re continuously meeting the needs of the Meredith campus community.”