UMass is working as a consultant to help Westfield State take its dining program

UMass is working as a consultant to help Westfield State take its dining program self-op and elevate the dining experience with more scratch-made items. 

UMass helping local college go self-op, change dining program

Well-known for being an innovator in college dining, the University of Massachusetts is working with Westfield State University to focus on creating a profitable, engaging community dining experience.

After 25 years with a contract service provider, Westfield State University, in Massachusetts, has transitioned to self-op with the help of its nearby neighbor, the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Over the past few months, the two universities have collaborated to create a unique new campus dining program dubbed Westfield State Dining. 

Supported by a $250,000 grant from the Henry P. Kendall Foundation, Westfield State plans to adopt UMass Dining’s decade-long, model progra

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