If you’re going to the University of San Diego, plan on attending some truly amazing food events throughout the year, such as the Applefest in the fall and the Strawberry Fest in the spring. You can also participate in the school’s annual student cooking competition, where the winning prize is a feature in the dining halls.
On the sustainability front, the school uses a bio-digester to reduce waste and turn it into energy. It’s currently partnering with an engineering alum and an on-campus group to provide students with a solar-powered food cart that they can use for fundraising, projects, and more.
As for late-night dining, you’re covered with the campus food truck, or you could go to any of the 17 off-campus locations that accept University of SD Campus Cash. Your campus ID card can also activate RFID technology in the new serve-yourself cold brew tap wall at the campus coffeehouse, Aromas, so you no longer need to wait in line to wake yourself up! Barbecue lovers will also be happy; a new custom-built barbecue called Embers is also available and can be transported by students where they need it.