Dining at Wesleyan 

 

Spring Semester Dining:

FACEMASKS MUST BE WORN TO ENTER ALL LOCATIONS WHERE DINING IS HELD. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO DENY SERVICE TO THOSE INDIVIDUALS NOT COMPLYING WITH THIS REQUIREMENT.

At this time, all meals are "to-go".  There is no seating at Summerfields or Pi cafe.  

For Dining hours and locations for spring semester, please see HOURS link for full dining schedule. The schedule is subject to change based on CDC and State recommendations as well as on student usage and demand.

Bon Appetit is committed to providing nutritious dining for students who are on campus.  As we navigate the best possible dining scenario in this emergency situation we want to make sure students understand this means that we cannot operate all venues or serve the number of options they are accustomed to during normal operations.  There will be limits to the occupancy of dining halls, limits to the amount of time students may remain within dining halls, or other operational adjustments needed to address health and safety concerns. Many lounges, meeting rooms and other spaces have been converted to dining spaces, however, we still have limited seating for diners. Therefore, areas designated for dining may not be used for studying, hanging out, etc. as we need to sanitize these areas constantly between diners and meal periods.

This spring your meal will be one way to enjoy some time away from your dorm and out of the classroom! Students will continue to find chef-inspired “from scratch” menus that prioritize fresh, healthy, local and sustainable options. However, some things have changed. Dining hall transactions will be contactless.  Only meal plan swipes/points, Middletown cash or credit cards will be accepted.  Cash will not be accepted. There will be modified hours and new practices for safe-serving, physical distancing, and more frequent and enhanced cleaning. Students will enter dining areas on designated pathways, and they will follow lanes to serving stations and limited seating areas. Exits will be through separate, well-marked doors. Students are encouraged to make good use of the contact-free hand sanitizer stations located throughout dining areas, and yes, face coverings are required in all dining halls and retail locations, except when eating or drinking.

Based on public health occupancy guidelines, dining hall seating will be limited in Usdan Marketplace. Summerfields and Pi Café will be pick up locations.  All meals at all locations will be freshly packaged in single use to go containers.  Students are encouraged to take their meals to-go and eat in the comfort of their rooms or other physically distanced spaces.

More details will be added as they become available.  We appreciate the campus community's understanding as we modify our services. Plans are subject to change based on the most recent recommendations from the CDC, state and local officials and the campus pandemic planning team.

 

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Dining for spring Semester will close following brunch on Saturday, May 22nd.  If you will be staying for Commencement, please plan ahead and stock up on groceries from WesShop prior to the end of finals.

 

WesShop will reopen for in person shopping beginning on Monday, May 3rd.  Hours TBA.  There will be reduced capacities, social distances must be observed and masks are required. More information will be posted toward the end of April.