Dining Services (AVI)
The dining program at Slippery Rock University offers a variety of services throughout the campus for students and their guests. Food service is available at traditional locations on campus from 7:00 a.m. to 12:00 midnight (Sunday through Thursday) and 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. (Friday and Saturday). Boozel Express is open 24/7 when school is in session.
Weisenfluh Hall, located across from the North Hall parking lot, features The Restaurants at Weisenfluh, developed to offer the campus community and guests an innovative and international dining experience. The four restaurant concepts offer Mexican and Pan-Asian cuisine, signature burgers, chicken sandwiches, fusion wraps, pub food, and healthier fast-food options. A coffee shop features a variety of pastries, specialty coffee drinks and smoothies. Dine in or purchase food to go. The facility provides lounge and table seating, wireless environment, student gathering spaces, and meeting rooms.
Boozel Dining Hall, located on the lower end of campus, provides a variety of menu options in a restaurant-style atmosphere. Food stations with open kitchens offer made-to-order items along with home-style and international entrees, vegan/vegetarian and healthy choice options, deli and grille sandwiches, pizza and pasta, soup/salad, and a variety of desserts and beverages. A food intolerance line provides specialty items for those customers with food allergies/intolerances. This all-you-care-to-eat facility also features Boozel Express a take-out option located in the lobby, special events, holiday celebrations, and monotony breakers.
Robert M. Smith Student Center, located on lower campus, houses the following food service operations:
- Starbucks - a full-service store featuring breakfast items, pastries, sandwiches, Starbucks full beverage line, and merchandise.
- Rocky’s - a food court offering Mexican cuisine, pizza/pasta, wraps, chopped salads, hoagies, and grab-n-go items.
- Quaker Steak & Lube - Western PA regional favorite, featuring their signature wings, burgers, and appetizers.
T & B Naturally, a coffee shop located in Bailey Library, features organic and fair-trade products, pastries and grab-n-go items. A walk-up window provides quick service for those students hurrying through the quad.
Flatz at Watson Hall, located in the residential village, offers a variety of to-go food items and beverages.
There are a number of meal plan options available to Slippery Rock University students. Students residing in a university-managed residence hall sign a housing/food service contract. Once signed, these become binding contracts. The only reason for exemption from the meal contract will be suspension or withdrawal from the university. Meal contracts are optional for off-campus/commuter students.
For more information, please visit www.aviserves.com/sru.