Dining hours for Thanksgiving break, the week of fall semester final exams and winter break are available on our Dining Hours page. In addition, you can find quick links to the PDF documents below.
Eat at State News
Before the MSU and University of Michigan (U-M) football teams faced off in Spartan Stadium, chefs representing each school went head-to-head in a timed cooking challenge.
MSU Corporate Executive Chef Kurt Kwiatkowski was honored with the Chef of the Year Award from the Michigan Chefs de Cuisine Association (MCCA) on Oct. 1, 2018. The recognition was presented at their Annual Awards Gala at Walnut Creek Country Club in South Lyon.
This October marks the 10th anniversary of Gwen’s Bagels, an initiative started by MSU Bakers to support National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The on-campus bakery at Michigan State University has sold more than 51,000 of these pink vegetarian bagels since introducing the program.
Clean Plates at State helps put environmental sustainability into perspective for campus diners, encouraging them to take simple steps to avoid wasting food.
On-campus dining plans begin with breakfast on Saturday, Aug. 25. Combo-X-Change for students living on campus also starts on this date. This year, students living on receive one additional combo, or six total, and use has been extended into the weekend. Enjoy one Combo-X-Change per day six out of seven days of the week! Read more here.
After a comprehensive review of customer counts spanning over several years, MSU Culinary Services will transition residential dining halls and the MSU Union Food Court to a new late-night dining structure beginning fall semester 2018.
Michigan State University (MSU) Culinary Services (CS) has been awarded silver in the retail sales marketplace category and bronze in the residential dining special event category from the National Association of College and University Food Services (NACUFS). The recognitions honor Sparty’s Market and the Beauty and the Beast Dinner held at Hubbard Hall in October 2017.
In August 2018, changes will go into effect that impact off-campus dining plans and guest meal tickets, MSU department meal cards and MSU department charges.
After careful consideration and an evaluation of the program, MSU Culinary Services has determined that Eat at State Bucks will no longer be sold effective July 1, 2018, at the start of the new Fiscal Year.