Executive Chef Victor Schmidt of CulinArt Group readies a pizza at Tartans Pizza one of the dining concepts on the Carnegie Mellon campus now accepting preorders through the GET Food application

Executive Chef Victor Schmidt of CulinArt Group readies a pizza at Tartans Pizza, one of the dining concepts on the Carnegie Mellon campus now accepting pre-orders through the GET Food application.

Carnegie Mellon launches preorder platform

GET Food allows students to order and pay for meals up to a week in advance.

Millennials crave convenience, and Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh is taking steps to provide it through a new meal preorder option. Launched in February, GET Food is an application developed by software vendor CBORD that allows users to order and pay for food and beverages from select campus dining outlets and designate a pickup time.

The orders can be placed up to a week in advance, though no one to date has gone nearly that far into the future, says Mandi Semple, dir

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