Guac ’n’ Roll! Chipotle Will Deliver to College Campuses This Fall

Chipotle has announced a partnership with delivery service Tapingo, and will deliver to six campuses, with more to come

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The freshman 15 just got a whole lot harder to avoid.

Great news for college students starting classes again this week: Chipotle is here to brighten up your study sessions with burrito bowls.

Chipotle has just announced a partnership with delivery service Tapingo, and will begin delivering meals to college campuses this fall.

At first, Chipotle will only deliver to Louisiana State University, University of Southern California, California State University Chico, Northern Arizona University, and Arizona State University. But after an initial test stage, delivery options will be expanded to a total of 40 campuses later this fall, including Columbia University, Carnegie Melon University, Johns Hopkins University, Loyola University, Ohio State, Penn State, and Rutgers University. Check here to see if your school made the cut.

“Chipotle has been popular with students, and we are always looking for ways to better engage with them,” said Mark Crumpacker, chief creative and development officer at Chipotle. “Tapingo, which has been well received by students where its services are available, knows how to connect with these younger customers. That shared acceptance among younger customers made them a great choice for us to expand delivery aimed specifically at students.”

 

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