Harris, the largest dining hall on campus with a seating capacity of 450, features a friendly atmosphere with cozy booths for two or tables for 20.
Here you'll find traditional menu fare, including vegetarian and vegan items, fast food, a stir fry station, pizza, a pasta bar, a salad bar, a dessert bar and a waffle bar. (All areas are not open at every meal.) One of the most popular options, the made-to-order deli bar at lunch, offers gourmet ingredients and the service is fantastic. Lunch includes quick-service sandwiches, salads and warm bread. Dinner includes personal, made-to-order items.
Jane Addams Dining Hall
Jane Addams, located on the south end of campus, is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner Monday-Friday. A full-service breakfast will be offered Monday through Friday; lunch will be served until 2 p.m., and will include a quick-service sandwich and salad menu as well as hot entrees and the popular Tuesday/Thursday soup and bread. Dinner will include vegan options.
Freeman Dining Hall
Freeman, also located on south campus, is open Monday-Friday for lunch and Monday-Thursday for dinner. At lunch, it is the location of the Language Tables, where one can practice their language skills. Freeman also hosts weekly cook-your-own-food events at dinner: Monday nights are grilled cheese nights; Tuesday nights are stir-fry nights; and Thursday nights are burrito nights. Friday night is halal dinner.
Oasis Snack Shop
The Oasis Snack Shop is open past midnight seven days a week. The menu features a variety of grilled items, sandwiches, pizzas, snacks, wraps, salads and beverages, as well as grab-and-go sandwiches and salads.
In addition to cash, students may use dining dollars ($45 per semester for a full meal plan) and Camel Cash to make purchases. Please see the Camel Card website for details about Camel Cash and how to add money to a Camel Cash account. Unused fall semester dining dollars will carry over to the spring semester.
Humphrey's, the campus pub
Humphrey's serves beer and wine to students of legal drinking age at night. Students must be 21 years of age, with proper identification. Students must present the proper ID every time they plan to enter the pub.
The Walk-in Coffee Closet at Ruane's Den
This café, located in Harkness House, is a favorite spot to study, meet with friends or just grab a latte. Built with a generous gift from the Ruane family, it's a cozy, 1,500-square-foot coffee shop complete with comfy couches, wireless Internet and two large-screen televisions. The café serves baked goods, coffee, tea, cappuccinos, hot chocolate and their famous Nutella latte. While primarily designed as a student space, the café is also open to faculty, staff and campus visitors.
Coffee Grounds, a student-run venue located in Katharine Blunt (KB) House, offers a cool place to kick back, relax, study and enjoy some great espresso, coffee, hot chocolate and fresh-baked goodies. Coffee Grounds hosts special events throughout the year, including live music, poetry readings and open mic nights, and welcomes campus-group meetings, like the "Coffee G'Round the World" gatherings. At these events, international students share news and stories of their countries, allowing you to explore the world without leaving the couch.
Located near the first-floor entrance of Cummings Arts Center, the Coffee Closet offers a variety of beverages and a smaller, more intimate study space.
Blue Camel Café
The Blue Camel Café offers a variety of specialty coffees, teas, snacks and baked goods. In a comfortable, relaxed setting, you can enjoy a cappuccino, read a newspaper, watch close-captioned CNN for the latest news, and meet with others in our casual seating area.
This favorite campus coffee shop is now located in a fully renovated 24-hour space on the first floor of the new Charles E. Shain Library.