On behalf of the entire Dining Services Team, we would like to thank you for participating in our on-campus dining program. This site has been designed to act as a quick reference to all of our services, so check back often throughout the year and enjoy all that we have to offer.
Celebrate Earth Month. Commit to a sustainability initiative to better where we live. Take the challenge and get your photo taking holding your iCommit statement during the following times:
Wednesday, April 23 @ Farmers Market outside Davis Center; 11am - 3pm
Thursday, April 24 @ The Marketplace, Davis Center; 11am - 1pm
NEW Catering Menu!
Flavours of Vermont have launched a new Catering Menu. It's now available on EMS and at on our Catering webpage. We look forward to serving you!
Eco-Ware Meal & Soup Containers
Buy an Eco-Ware container for $7.50, plus the cost of your meal, and save 15¢ at the register. Rinse and return your eco-ware container to an Eco-Depot. Upon return, receive and Eco-Ware cow tag to exchange for your next meal. Learn more about the program and how you can participate or follow us on Facebook.
Now Available at...
University Marché, Alice's Café, Waterman Café, Waterman Manor, Given Atrium,
The Marketplace, Brennan's, Redstone Market, Northside Café and New World Tortilla
QBOT launch at UVM!
Want to get great deals on meals at your favorite dining location? University Dining Services has launched loyal reward program called QBOT. QBOT is an app that issues loyal customers rewards for multiple visits. Start by downloading the app and selecting Burlington as your location. Become a "VIP" member or "Love" our dining locations and receive an instant deal. Then start racking up scans on every purchase to earn freebies and discounts across campus! To download.
Sporks at UVM
Sporks are reusable utensils that have both a spoon and fork component. Sporks were first sold on campus through Eco-Reps at special events like farmers markets. When they first started on campus in fall 2010, UDS agreed to offer a 5 cent discount to students using a reusable spork instead of a plastic single-use utensil in an effort to reduce the waste created from single-use plastic utensils. Our local compost facility does not accept compostable utensils so all single-use utensils go to the landfill.
Bye, Bye Bottled Water
Effective as of January 1, 2013, flat and unenhanced bottled water is no longer sold at the University of Vermont. UVM is one of the first universities in the country to end the sale of bottled water (the flat and unflavored variety) on campus. The goal is to reduce the amount of waste generated from the purchase and disposal of these bottles.
Free, clean water can be found at the 200-plus drinking fountains and the dozens of bottle refill stations in locations around the campus. A map of these locations will be available in January 2013.
To learn more visit UVM's Bottled Water website.
Kosher Dining at UVM
As part of the Redstone Unlimited renovation a certified Kosher Kitchen has been incorporated to provide
Kosher food to the UVM community. The Kosher Kitchen is designated as a meat/parve kitchen and is operated by
Vermont Kosher LLC, under the Orthodox Rabbinical supervision of Chabad of Vermont. Click here to learn more.
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Welcome to UVM Dining
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