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Dining Options

  • The Williams Center provides students, faculty, staff, and the local community a location to participate in various social, academic, and culturally diverse activities. Events held in the Williams Center include lectures, banquets, and music performances. The building provides meeting space for campus organizations. The Williams Center is currently being renovated, and is scheduled to be finished in Fall 2012. Center Pointe and Trendz (organic, vegan style food) are located on the bottom floor of The Williams Center, which is open during the renovations.
  • Erie Hall Dining facility located in the center of the four-dormitory Kirkland Complex.
  • Cranston Marche Dining facility located inside of the University Commons. Cranston features a Fruit and Salad bar, Sandwich, Pizza and Pasta stations, a Grill, Ice Cream station.
  • Starbucks This is the only Starbucks Coffee within 35 miles, located inside of the University Commons. It opened August 7, 2006.
  • FREDExpress FREDExpress is an express convenience store offering on-the-go foods, drinks, snacks, and simple supplies. This unit is located in the student lounge on the first floor of Thompson Hall. Also in the furnished lounge is a small vending area with a microwave and cable TV.

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