Eat at State News

Cuisine from Lower Bowl at Spartan Stadium

Food Allergy Research and Education (FARE) recently honored Michigan State University (MSU) with the inaugural Best Campus Dining Award. FARE strives to enhance the lives of individuals with food allergies through education, awareness and advocacy initiatives.

Thanksgiving dinner

Dining hours for Thanksgiving weekend are available on the Eat at State website. Residential dining halls will be closed beginning Wednesday, Nov. 25 at 3 p.m.

Outside Spartan Stadium

Our partners in Residence Education and Housing Services work to promote campus safety by securing the exterior doors of impacted residence halls on home football Saturdays.

MSU Union Food Court seating

Culinary Services is reopening seating areas within residential dining halls and the MSU Union Food Court on Thursday, Oct. 22, 2020.

Presidential Chicken
If you're missing some of your campus dining favorites, create them at home and experience a taste of MSU! We're featuring recipes on our social media accounts, so be sure to follow Eat at State on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, and check this page for additions as we share more items.
Starbucks coffee and croissant

As fall semester begins, the Culinary Services team is excited to enhance the Combo-X-Change (CX) meal benefit program! Dining plan holders can now redeem their CX at on-campus Starbucks locations.

Mediterranean Breakfast Bowl

Eat at State is pleased to announce the launch of mobile ordering! Our new app allows you to pre-order your meal for pick up at open residential dining halls and pay with an on-campus dining plan, Spartan Cash or debit/credit card. We continue to test other dining plans as a payment option, and hope to accept them in the future.

Jermaine Buchanan

In July, Food Management released a feature recognizing foodservice heroes across the country. Out of 23 heroes included in the article, seven are Culinary Services team members. These individuals stepped up to support students in a time of need, providing meals to those in isolation, adapting to an ever-changing environment, creating innovative meals and modes of service, and sourcing supplies in high demand.

Student getting a meal at Holmes Dining Hall
This article includes dining hours as well as quick links to key websites that Spartans may find useful as they transition into fall semester.
Guest using a sanitation station in Holmes Dining Hall

Throughout the summer, MSU Culinary Services (CS) has continued to assess the needs of our Spartan community, closely monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic and communicating changes with students and guests.