Using new technologies and modified dining facilities, CCSU Dining Services is ready for another semester of great food service. Meal options include dine-in, carry-out, full-service buffet-style, and prepackaged foods. Check out the latest news and updates from Dining Services here, and download the Bite app or text Text "Devil" to 82257 for more Dining Services updates, menus, announcements, events, and more.
First and foremost: Face coverings are required for all customers in all dining establishments when not seated. Please maintain 6 feet of social distancing space at all CCSU dining facilities (details below).
Residential Student Dining
Memorial Hall now includes four areas to provide capacity in keeping with “distance
dining” that aligns with state Department of Public Health guidance. Take-out options
Updated dining hall hours reflect the time needed to sanitize all touch points daily. All tables and chairs are cleaned and sanitized after use.
All cashier stations offer touchless payment and campus ID scanning.
Due to COVID-19 social distancing requirements, the University cannot sell commuter
meal plans. However, Devil's Den and Starbucks are open for the semester to serve
the entire campus community. The University will monitor the capacity of the residential
dining halls to determine if commuter meal plans can be sold later in the semester.
Please check back for updates.
Take-out options are available at Memorial Hall.
All cashier stations offer touchless payment and campus ID scanning; cash is also accepted.
Devil's Den offers touchless payment and campus ID scanning capabilities. (Note: Cash is also accepted.) All Devil's Den purchases must be made on the in-house kiosks.
Food Court seating is limited; the outdoor picnic area is open.
Devil's Den hours are posted here.
- Dining Services employees must wear masks and gloves and pass daily symptom and safe-temperature checks.
- High-touch surfaces are cleaned and sanitized after each customer and throughout the day.
- Table cards signal if a table has been cleaned and sanitized for customers.
- Touchless entryways have been installed to limit physical contact between staff and students.
- An outdoor check-in station at Memorial Hall's entrance reduces traffic in the dining hall.
- Through a heat-mapping process, occupancy sensors alert students via smart app of dining room capacity.