MSU Culinary Services is pleased to share that a new app, munch [at MSU], has been launched for iOS users. Designed at the Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities in partnership with the Division of Residential and Hospitality Services and Infrastructure Planning and Facilities, munch helps campus guests find what they want to eat, make informed decisions about food choices, connect with friends and take advantage of other convenient features.
Dining Hall Menus
Within the app, access residential dining hall menus and filter based on dietary preference, food category and nutritional content. Additionally, munch allows you to add food items to a favorites list for notifications on when they’ll be offered in the future (Presidential Chicken, here we come!) Nutrition content in the app can also be logged in the Health app on your iPhone, allowing you to easily track key data.
Located under the smiley face icon within the app, Spartan Ties is a unique way for people to meet other students on campus. Organized by MSU Tower Guard Honor Society and Delta Gamma Sorority, the feature provides a schedule of weekly dinners, where you can join up with fellow students to learn about one another and exchange conversation over a meal. The schedule rotates through locations across campus.
Beyond sharing menus and connecting Spartans, the munch app provides occupancy information, a map of locations showing what’s currently open, Siri shortcuts and more.
If you’d like more information, please see the Apple App Store page. Additionally, please note that if your health and safety rely on the accuracy of nutritional and other information, the RCPD recommends emailing or iMessaging them (email@example.com), or contacting the MSU Culinary Services registered dietitians at firstname.lastname@example.org.