The food services at the University of Georgia have teamed up with Georgia Grown, a local-minded brand that focuses on providing the freshest and most sustainable options available. On top of that, 100 percent of the food waste that comes from the dining halls is broken down and sent to a bioconversion center. We’d say that all that is impressive enough, but the University of Georgia doesn’t stop there. Themed events on campus include holiday-centered fun like Valentine’s Cupcake Decorating and larger events meant to educate students on different cuisines. And if you’re feeling hunger pangs late at night, Snelling Dining Commons is open 24 hours — a visit here is a popular tradition known as “Late-Night Snelling” or “Snellebrating.”
And improvements are definitely coming to University of Georgia. The new Bolton Dining Commons has interactive cooking platforms and options like breakfast all day, regional and international cuisine, and hand-spun milkshakes.