NDSU's three dining centers, as well as the campus food court and coffee shops, offer options for everyone.
Delicious and nutritious meals and snacks are available at NDSU’s three dining centers on campus. And a food court and coffee shops provide even more options for busy students and guests looking for something to eat.
The Residence Dining Center, Memorial Union Dining Center and West Dining Center offer full-service, all-you-can-eat service during open hours. Each dining center creates a high-quality atmosphere that helps enhance the overall NDSU experience. NDSU Dining is committed to offering innovative and nutritious options that meet everyone’s needs.
The recently renovated West Dining Center satisfies nearly every food craving with everything from international cuisine to homestyle classics. There is a bakery, wood-fire pizza, deli and a sauté station. As the campus allergen friendly and nut-free facility, the West Dining Center also provides a food station with a full menu free of the top eight food allergens.
The Residence Dining Center, which also recently upgraded its food stations, features a Creations station where students can fully customize their meal. Students can visit with an NDSU registered dietician to discuss special dietary needs and how the dining centers can provide the proper options.
Five-day and seven-day meals plans allow unlimited access to each of the dining centers. Block plans are available in 25 meal increments. You also can pay at the door for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
The Memorial Union food court has a wide variety to satisfy any taste. Located on the lower level of the union, food court restaurants feature burgers, salad, pizza, hoagies, Tex-Mex and Asian food.
Coffee and snacks
Coffee shops at Memorial Union, Minard Hall and Barry Hall have hot and cold coffee drinks, as well as pastries, sandwiches, salads and soup. Bison Beanery is a full-service coffee shop in the Residence Dining Center.
“Whatever you’re craving, we have it. NDSU Dining’s culinary team provides an unparalleled dining experience for students, staff, faculty and campus guests,” said Tara Ferkinhoff of NDSU Dining marketing and communications.