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Dining Services

Dining at St. Thomas

Dining Services at the University of St. Thomas is a self-operated service that provides meals for approximately 12,000 students, faculty, staff and visitors daily. We provide a wide range of amenities that match the diverse needs of our campus community. Our department encompasses resident dining, catering services, and convenience locations. 

  • We offer fresh, nutritious food, while employing sustainable, socially responsible business practices.
  • We dedicate ourselves to providing outstanding customer service, food and hospitality.
  • We are committed to an environmentally friendly operation and to adopting sustainable practices within each of our locations. 

Current students, faculty or staff members can get more information about menus, meal plan balances and more on One St. Thomas.

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COVID-19 Response

Dining Services continues to create strategies to support social distancing and disease mitigation across its dining locations and catering operations. This fall, patrons will notice many changes – from fewer tables and chairs and line control mechanisms, to the use of plexiglass shields and new contactless payment options. 

New protocols for social distancing and hygiene include, but are not limited to: 

  • Revised occupancy capacities 
  • New take-out meal options 
  • Increased frequency of cleaning and disinfecting of high-touch areas 
  • Removal of reusable options (mugs, cups) and self-service items 
  • Required use of masks when not eating, including while in line to receive food 
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Sustainability Efforts

We are always striving to find new areas to apply eco-friendly practices so we can continue to provide a sustainable dining experience.

Learn More About Our Efforts
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Addressing Diet and Nutrition Needs

Our staff is here to help accommodate those with special dietary needs due to medical or cultural reasons.

Fill Out a Dietary Needs Form