• Carolina Dining Services is following the Orange County Health Department guidelines for safe dining. Additionally, the University’s COVID-19 Community Standards require that all guests wear masks inside campus dining facilities when not actively eating or drinking. We are adding additional table signage to remind guests of these standards.
  • Contracted dining staff are required to adhere to all Community Standards, including the Carolina Together Testing Program and vaccination certification.
  • We have reduced the number of tables and chairs to minimize seating congestion.
  • Students also have access to additional take-out and delivery services as an alternative to eat-in dining.
    • Students can skip the wait in line and order meals via the GET App.
    • Carolina Dining Delivery offers lunch and dinner delivery from Chase Dining Hall to students in on-campus residence halls.
    • Students can use Meal Plan funds to order on-campus delivery via a variety of local restaurant partners.
    • Good Uncle will also be available as an additional delivery option for students on and off-campus.
  • Extra sanitizer stations have been placed throughout dining facilities.
  • During peak periods, CDS staff monitor capacity and may hold students outside until areas clear.
  • Tented outdoor seating areas will remain through the fall semester and have been supplemented in some areas to provide additional seating.
  • At Chase and Top of Lenoir, take out containers are provided so guests can take their food and eat elsewhere. All retail locations offer take-out options.
  • Food trucks are being scheduled at SASB and Marsico to provide additional dining options. The food truck schedule is included on the CDS Menu & Hours.