Kent State University
Dining Head: Richard Roldan, director of university dining services
Total Enrollment: 28,998
No. of Students Living on Campus: 6,450
No. of Meal Plans Sold: 7,378
Annual Dining Program Revenues: $30 million
Cost of Residential Meal Plan: $1,750-$2,630/semester
No. of Residential Dining Halls/Commons: 3
No. of Retail Outlets: 20
Phone: (330) 672-2541
KSU Dining’s latest innovation is the Fork in the Road food truck, which offers a selection of portable items like the signature Chef Christian's Summit St. Burger, along with a veggie wrap with garlic aioli and the Chef Zou's baklava. Also notable is the Veggie-A-GO-GO call ahead vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free program that provides meatless and gluten-free options with phone call, a late-night delivery service to anywhere on campus off the pizza/calzone/salad/sub/wings menu at Rosie’s Diner & Market.
The retail dining mix at the central Kent Student Center includes such prominent commercial brands as Quaker Steak & Lube, Einstein Brothers, Subway, Nathan’s, Arthur Treacher’s and Auntie Anne’s.