A lot of change has come to Campus Dining over the past year with updated venues, menus and programs, and we’re excited to share some brand-new culinary experiences. Local favorite Scout Coffee Co. is here, a new market is open in the UU, and there is a new Health Shack venue near the Kennedy Library. Building 19 (formerly the Avenue) is under renovation, so we created two food truck villages. We have new outdoor eating areas, increased Kosher to-go options, Village Market is now Market Poly Canyon and offers more grab-and-go, as well as heat-and-eat meals, and the list goes on and on. In short, we’ve created experiences to savor and we’re excited to welcome you home.
This fall we’re rolling out a ton of newness. Vista Grande is open indoors, and out. Local favorite Scout Coffee Co. will be in yakʔitʸutʸu. A new market has opened in the UU. Subway is adding another location in PCV. There are local food trucks around, and so much more.Learn More
Campus Dining switched completely to Grubhub for ordering this past year and it proved to be an efficient way to order, and an effective means of lessening crowds. Let’s keep it going. Grubhub is accepted across campus and can be tied to your dining plan.Learn More
Last year we leveled up our outdoor seating, and eating game by adding more than 200 tables, 400 chairs, 200 brightly colored umbrellas, 20 Adirondack chairs, and most importantly 30 new WiFi hotspots across campus. Look for additional outdoor spaces at the new food truck park at Mott lawn. SLO is a great place to dine al fresco.
New for the 2021-22 academic year, Campus Dining is offering dining memberships to the entire Cal Poly community. These plans offer easy access to healthy and delicious meals and snacks for busy days on campus using a simple Dining Dollar system. They start as low as $250.Learn More
Campus Dining has reusable tumblers that will increase convenience, safety and sustainability on campus. These Cal Poly-branded cups are embedded with an RFID chip that allows them to be preloaded with up to 20 pre-purchased drinks. Users simply scan their cup at the beverage station.Learn More
Taking inspiration from the Ferry Building in San Francisco, Chelsea Market in New York, and Krog Street Market in Atlanta, Building 19 is being completely reimagined. It will be home to nine separate retail food venues which include The Habit Burger Grill and a Panda Express.Learn More
CalFresh is now accepted at Market Grand Ave, making it the third market on campus to take the federal program. EBT cards are accepted at POS registers. Campus Dining is committed to helping support students struggling with food insecurity.Learn More
Don’t forget that your Dining Membership dollars rollover quarter to quarter and will rollover into the next academic year with the purchase of a Community Dining Membership. Dining Memberships are a convenient way to fuel your academic and social success.Learn More
Campus Dining learned a lot over the last year, chief among the lessons was how to keep our community safe. With this in mind, Campus Dining venues are going completely cashless to ensure a contactless process for our staff and customers. Cash-only customers can exchange cash for a card at Market Grand Ave, or the University Store.