Gettysburg College's award-winning Dining Services is constantly working to provide delicious, nutritious meals at:
We offer a variety of meal plans designed to meet the varied needs of all of our students.
Dining Services is committed to using locally grown and processed foods whenever possible considering quality, availability and costs. Read more about our sustainability efforts.
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Campus Box 440
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Nutrition and wellness are top priorities for Dining Services. Our menu standards include low-fat yogurts and cottage cheese, lean cuts of meat, bountiful salad bars, and a fruit and yogurt bar. If you would like to meet with a dietitian, please contact us via email or call ext. 6326. Find more nutritional information online.
The Food Allergy Program is designed to work with students who have food allergies. Please fill out the form Food Allergy Form. A member of the Dining Services Management Team will be in contact with you.
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