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this summer

Campus Dining isn't SLO-ing Down

We're preparing to welcome you back.

Summer has arrived in SLO, but that doesn’t mean Campus Dining is slowing down. From a busy schedule of summer tour groups and SLO Days to planning exciting enhancements for fall quarter, Campus Dining is hard at work to make your dining experience even better.

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Vista Grande Enhancements

Vista Grande Enhancements

Cha cha changes! Mouth-watering changes are happening in Vista Grande. The beloved Sweet Bar is transitioning to a trendy cart near Streats, complete with all your favorite sweet treats. In the original Sweet Bar location, we will introduce Nosh, featuring a mezze bar and artisan sandwich offerings with paninis, soups and gourmet grilled cheese. Construction will also begin to transform the Mustang Room into Vista Grande Express – a new value-centric meal option. Subscribe to The Dish for the latest on Vista Grande’s enhancements.

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SLO Days

SLO Days

Campus Dining is excited to welcome incoming first-year and transfer students to Cal Poly during SLO Days! Featuring dining info sessions and open office hours with our registered dietician, it’s a fantastic opportunity to learn more about what Campus Dining has to offer.

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Summer Hours

Summer Hours

Planning to be on campus this summer? Make sure to check Campus Dining venue hours.

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1901 Marketplace Progress

1901 Marketplace Progress

Taking inspiration from the Ferry Building in San Francisco, Chelsea Market in New York, and Krog Street Market in Atlanta, Building 19 (former home to The Avenue and 805 Kitchen) is being completely reimagined into 1901 Marketplace. It will be home to nine separate retail food venues which include The Habit Burger Grill, Chick-fil-A and Panda Express.

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Community Dining Memberships

Community Dining Memberships

Community Dining Memberships are a convenient way to fuel your academic and social success. With six membership options, there is a plan for everyone. Unlike first-year dining plans, community dining memberships receive their full balance at the start of the plan and can be used until the funds are spent or the end of the academic year (whichever is first).

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Mustang Meal Share

Mustang Meal Share

The Mustang Meal Share program supports students who are experiencing food insecurity by creating an avenue for students to donate money from their dining plan. As part of the university’s Basic Needs Initiative, Mustang Meal Share allows any student with a dining plan to donate up to $195 per academic year, to help ensure that every student has access to nutritious meals each day so they can stay focused on their studies and success.

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