Dining facilities are open, operating under protocols put in place for the safety of our guests and employees and to stop the spread of COVID-19.
- Face coverings are required in all dining facilities, except when eating.
- Six-foot physical distancing is required at all times.
Guests are welcome to dine in when there is open space in the dining area. Space is limited due to the six-foot rule. If seating isn't available, guests must exit the dining room once they've gotten their food. All food and beverages are served in eco-friendly to-go containers.
Food variety, selections and stations remain the same as in past years, but self-serve food stations have been converted to full service. Other health and safety measures we're taking include increased sanitizing of high-touch points in all of our dining facilities.
We're in this together. Thanks for your patience, courtesy and cooperation!
To strengthen and promote safe handling, preparation, and distribution of food, and to help reduce excess liability, all food distributed or sold on campus must be furnished by Michigan Tech Dining Services. For more information, please see the University Food Policy.
- Guidelines for Use of Dining Services Kitchens by Student Groups
- Proper Food Handling, Food Safety, and Sanitation
- Liability Release
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Please tell us if you have an issue with any of our products or services. We want to fix it and make it right for you.
Meal Plan Information
Do you want a fast and easy way to pay for eating on campus? Not sure which meal plan is right for you? Use our quick meal plan finder to see what plans you qualify for or check out all the meal plan options. Learn which plans can be used in which locations, how much they cost, how to purchase them and who is eligible. There is a meal plan available for everyone.