Dining Head: Doug Hallenbeck, associate VP for student affairs/executive director of University Housing & Dining
Total Enrollment: 21,300
Students Living on Campus: 6,300
No. of Meal Plans Sold: 7,470
Annual Dining Program Revenues: $17 million
Cost Range of Residential Meal Plans: $560-$1,790/semester
No. of Residential Dining Halls/Commons: 3
No. of Retail Outlets: 15
Phone: (864) 656-1237
Clemson Dining added a new Commuter 30 meal plan for the fall 2014 semester, which offers 30 residential dining meals and 300 Paw Points (declining balance dollars) for $560. The department also revamped its summer meal plan structure to introduce the Block Summer 40 with 200 Paw Points for $500 and the Block Summer 20 with 100 Paw Points for $260. The block meal plans provide greater flexibility allowing students to use their meals however they would like in residential facilities throughout the entire summer.
Last December, all c-stores on campus were rebranded under the P.O.D. (Provisions on Demand) concept to establish consistent brand standards campuswide. A Panda Express opened in fall 2014 in the Hendrix Student Center Food Court along with Boar’s Head Deli in Fernow St. Café.
Finally, Litesy Corner, a specialized station found in two main residential dining facilities, is designed to provide a designated space for students seeking healthier options.