Guide to Dining

Welcome to Bethel College

 On behalf of the Aladdin Dining Service Staff of Bethel College, we are pleased to welcome you to an exciting year on campus! We have a delicious menu of dining options that will help make your academic experience more enjoyable. This Dining Service guide is designed especially for you - so keep it handy and welcome to Bethel College.

Meal Plans

12 Meal Plan

This meal plan provides 12 meals each week during the academic year in the Schultz Dining Center.

20 Meal Plan

This meal plan provides 20 meals each week during the academic year in the Schultz Dining Center.

Dining Card Policy

Your student ID card is also your meal plan card. You must have your student ID card to eat in the Schultz Dining Center.  In the event of a lost card see the Student Life Office.  Using another student’s ID card will result in the card being taken by the cashier and the incident being reported to the Student Life Office.  A cash purchase will then be required to dine in the cafeteria.

Meals on the Run

We understand how hectic the life of a college student can be. To help accommodate busy schedules sacked lunches and hot trays are prepared to go.

Special Dietary Needs

Our team is experienced in accommodating special dietary needs. For our guests who have medical needs we provide a complete, convenient dining experience to help you meet your special requirements.  Just let us know what you need.

Sick Meals

In the event of an illness, send a friend or roommate with your ID card and we will prepare a take-out meal for you.

10 Meal Punch Card

An option for those who prefer to pre-pay for meals. This allows you to simply swipe your card  when dining in the Schultz Dining Center.  The 10 Meal punch card is priced at $52.53 for faculty and staff.

Food Service Committee

The Food Service Committee, which is comprised of the Food Service Manager, Manager of Campus Operations, the Vice President for Student Services, and student representatives, welcomes your comments and suggestions concerning food service.

If you have any ideas about the Dining Hall or Meal Options, you may contact a committee member, drop a note in the suggestion box,email us a comment, or speak to the Food Service Director.

If you are interested in being a member of the committee contact the Food Service Director.

Dining Area Restrictions

You are not permitted to engage in the following activities in the dining area:

Removal of food or dinnerware from the dining area

Leaning back in dining room chairs

Playing of personal music devices without headphones

Leaning back in Dining Room Chairs

Use of electronics devices that detract from the dining experience of other guests

Dining Hall personnel reserve the right to dismiss or suspend you from the dining area for inappropriate behavior.

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