University Dining Services
READY TO SERVE OUR COMMUNITY
BRINGING DIVERSITY TO THE TABLE BY ENGAGING THE CAMPUS COMMUNITY WITH INNOVATIVE HOSPITALITY.
UWSP made the decision in 2008 to transition to self-operated dining after many decades of contracted food service. University Dining is managed very much like a commercial restaurant operation. All expenses incurred, including the cost of food, wages & benefits, operating supplies, utilities, repairs & maintenance, and occupancy costs, must be covered by revenue generated across the units on campus.
University Dining is the largest student employer and we deliver over 1.3 million meals per year to students, faculty, staff, and visitors. Retail operations include Lower DeBot Marketplace, DUC Food Court, Homegrown Café, and Common Ground Café. Upper DeBot Dining Center is our all-you-care-to-eat dining center which primarily serves our residential student population. Catering handles both internal and external clients and serves over 800 events per year. We place a strong emphasis on quality, value, student employment, and sustainability.
Dining places a strong emphasis on quality, value, student employment, and sustainability. Delivering over 1.3 million meals per year. The Upper Dining Hall is our all-you-care-to-eat dining center which primarily serves our residential student population. Retail operations include the Lower Marketplace, DUC Food Court, Homegrown Café, and Common Ground Café.
Students residing on campus in a traditional residence hall are required to participate in the dining program. They will pick your meal plan when filling out your housing application. Simply choose the best plan that fits your lifestyle.
Work for Dining Services
As a student-focused organization, UWSP Dining is one of the largest student employers on campus. Our Student Employment Program allows students to engage with their peers while also learning by trained culinary professionals.
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