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Where to Eat

Where to Eat

At Union, dining means more than simply three meals a day. From diverse menus to comfortable venues, our dining program serves up fresh, delicious, quality food for the entire campus community.

Students keep a declining balance or debit account that can be used in all Union dining locations and for vending services. Money can be added at any time. A declining balance service allows students and their parents to view balance and transaction history and make deposits from the convenience of their computer or mobile device. Parents also may purchase special packages for birthdays (we have many talented bakers on staff) and campus exam periods.

In Reamer Campus Center:

Upper-Class Dining Hall

Featuring a wide variety of fresh food designed to satisfy everyone's appetite.

Dutch Hollow

Featuring a full-service deli counter where we offer sandwiches and burgers made to your specifications.

O3 Marketplace

Located in the Reamer Campus Center, the O3 Marketplace serves-up fresh soups, sandwiches and other fair made from locally-grown and all-natural ingredients.


Located in Reamer Campus Center, the College's sushi bar that, is a very popular lunch-time option for students and faculty.

Other locations:

West Dining Hall

The First Year student's dining hall in West College residence hall.

Ozone Café

Held in Old Chapel (on most Fridays during the term) from 12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m., the student-run Ozone Café dishes up creative, delicious, all-organic lunches each week. The cafe promotes sustainability, the harvest of local farmers, organic dining and Union's own Octopus's Garden.


The half-century-old Rathskeller is a subterranean snack bar and casual hangout below Old Chapel. The late night spot to go on Fridays and Saturdays.

Starbucks at Wold

Starbucks own high-quality coffee, made-to-order coffee drinks and teas, as well as fresh made pastries and snacks are offered at this kiosk located in the Wold Center.