Festival of Foods Events
UDS features Festival
of Foods events each week throughout the semester in the
Commons. These events are offered in addition to normal
fare and include distinctive foods, fun and
Click here for this month's events!
Meal Plan holders may attend Festival of Foods events
for free, while guests may attend for the cash door
This group is composed of students, faculty and UDS personnel
for the purpose of evaluating menus, testing new items and
providing input on all areas of Dining Services. The committee
meets every Wednesday evening during the semester at 5 p.m. in
the Caroline Room in the Commons.
If you have a suggestion, gripe or compliment, we want to know
about it! For more information on joining, please call Dining
Services at 410-543-6105 or e-mail us at
Free meal the
night of the meeting--you don't have to swipe your card at the
certificates are given out frequently to all members.
the opportunity to taste test new foods and win give-a-ways from
An appreciation dinner
(sit down catered meal) is given for all members at the end of the
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To Go Meals/Box
An alternative service is provided to those unable to
partake of the regular dining facilities due to conflicting
class schedules and recognized University athletics schedules.
Call 410-543-6105 for additional information or print out and
submit the To-Go Form
(.pdf file) to reserve your meal.
If you are unable to make it to the Commons due to illness or
injury, you may arrange to receive a boxed meal from Dining
Services through Student Health Services. Ill students should
contact Student Health Services (410-543-6262) to receive a
therapeutic diet recommendation. Student Health Services will
then provide Dining Services with the information needed to
prepare and appropriate meal. If Student Health Services is
closed, specifically on weekends, your R.A. can call Dining
Services at 410-548-5598 to arrange for a meal to be provided to
The sick student or a roommate/friend may pick up the sick meal
at the cashier's station in the Commons. Please make sure you or
your friend brings your Gull Card (ID) when picking up the meal.
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Have you ever wondered which fork you are supposed to use first?
What should you do with your napkin if you get called away from
the table? Or which knife you should use? Kelli Delgado,
Catering Manager, holds two etiquette dinners each semester to
teach the art of fine dining. These classes are free to seniors
who have a meal plan. For dates and more information, please
Want to know what is featured for breakfast, lunch or dinner?
The monthly UDS Café Express lists
daily menus, special events and nutrition articles. Look for
each issue the first week of the month at all UDS locations.
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