Housing & Dining
Life on campus is different, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have fun, share mealtimes with friends (properly distanced), and make the most of the residential college experience.
Self-care is community care
If you’ve made it back to campus, the last thing you want is to have to go home early. Following our protective practices and daily personal health checks will help keep you and our community healthy and together. We all have to do our part to keep our community safe.
In addition, a student committee led by BSG co-presidents Pathik Rupwate and Saad Ahsan developed a new Student Statement of Culture and an accompanying set of behavioral expectations for us all to follow.
Protective practices and social distancing protocols are in place in all dorms. If a student becomes ill, they will move into an isolation area that has access to a private bathroom. All meals will be delivered.
In Commons for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, you’ll be able to choose from a selection of offerings in-person (while maintaining physical distancing) before you take the meal to eat elsewhere. DK’s is fully grab and go for beverages, sandwiches, salads, coffee and more. Hamiltons will be serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner Monday-Friday and dinner on Saturdays and Sundays.
Just want to order a hot meal and have it prepared for you? Use the GET app! Once you register and log in you can to place orders for pick up at Hamiltons.
Limit exposure: Masks and social distancing are required at all foodservice locations. And we have gone cashless to limit contact between you and our cashiers.
Residence hall kitchens are available with guidelines about distancing and keeping it clean. Students will be responsible for maintaining continual cleanliness in their kitchens.
You can have a refrigerator and microwave in your res hall room — please pick a low-wattage microwave.