Annapurna Dining Hall: Policies

  • University ID Cards: All students receive a University ID Card at registration. Students who live on campus receive a meal plan sticker and bar code on this card. Please show your ID card to the door checker and scan your bar code when you enter the dining hall. (Lost cards can be replaced at the Enrollment Center for a fee.) Everyone who wishes to dine in Annapurna is required to have a proper badge or meal pass, or pay at the door. Students who forget their badge will be required to submit payment for the meal, which will be placed in an envelope with their name on it. If they bring their valid badge the next day, they can receive their payment back.
  • Discounted meal passes for students who live off campus are available at the University Bookstore.
  • Children under six are admitted for half price.
  • Food carryout is available by purchasing a carryout container from the door checker. No otherfood containers are allowed inside the serving area.
  • Friends who are ill: If a friend is ill, you must present his or her badge and ask for a carryout container.
  • Tableware: Glasses, plates, silverware and cups, as well as salt and pepper shakers should never be taken from the dining hall.
  • Kitchen area: Only on-duty Food Service personnel are allowed in the kitchen area at any time. Please ask the door checker if you need to see someone in the kitchen area.
  • Dress for the Annapurna Dining Hall:
    • Neat and dignified clothing appropriate to the occasion. o Torn, stained, and sloppy clothing is not appropriate.
    • Immodest or revealing clothing is not appropriate.
    • Shoes are required for protective reasons



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