Your dining experience is so much more than great food. It is community experience centered on culinary expertise, wonderful ingredients, healthy options and a shared sense of environmental and social responsibility. The Holy Cross Dining team is here to enhance your College experience with exceptional services, festive special events and superior food quality. Taking pride in everything we do, we’re committed to staying current with trends and providing you with a variety of balanced and delicious foods while being responsive to your individual tastes and nutritional needs. You’ll have a variety of locations to choose from- all conveniently located within walking distance of on-campus housing, labs and classrooms.
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NACUFS, the National Association of College and University Food Services, was founded in 1958 to help encourage and support colleges and universities in their efforts to provide their communities with the best food service possible. Today NACUFS has over 550 higher education institutions and Holy Cross Dining is proud to be a member of such an outstanding organization.
Holy Cross Dining Chef Cooks Live on Fox 25 Morning News
Holy Cross Dining's Executive Chef Ed Rome prepared a crowd-pleasing spicy peanut noodle dish during Fox 25 Morning News live broadcast from Campus on Thursday, October 3.
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On March 21, Paige Wesson '13, with the help of Holy Cross dietician Kathy Egan, and 45 student volunteers from the Student Government Association (SGA), Healthy Eating and Lifestyle Peer Educators (HEAL), Student Health Awareness Peer Educators (SHAPE) and Eco-Action "took over" the Kimball Dining Hall. From 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. they served nearly 1,000 students, faculty and staff a menu based on "wholesome, real food" recipes submitted by the Holy Cross community. Read more about this event »