Derby Dining Center
- Derby Dining Center, named after reference librarian Grace Derby, is the largest dining facility on campus and serves approximately 2,000 students who live in Ford, Haymaker, Moore and West residence halls.
- Derby, aka "The Derb," is home to The Bakery, which specializes in made-from-scratch cinnamon rolls, brownies, cookies and even birthday cakes.
- In the Derby Academic Resource Center, students can take advantage of computer stations, reservable meeting space, printing and more.
Kramer Dining Center
- Kramer Dining Center, which serves the students who live in Goodnow, Marlatt and soon Wefald residence halls, was named in honor of Home Economics Professor Martha Kramer.
- The dining center is located near the academic buildings on the west side of campus.
- When complete, will contain nearly 60,000 square feet of state-of-the-art kitchen, serving, dining and retail space designed to serve a student population of 1,850. View the plans.
Van Zile Dining Center
- Van Zile Dining Center serves the students living in Boyd, Putnam and Van Zile residence halls. Domestic Science Professor Mary Van Zile lent her name to this historic limestone building located on the east side of campus.
- The dining center's food court design and smaller, homelike environment is popular with its students.
- Students can grab a drink or snack, rent movies and purchase personal care items at the dining center's Quik Cats convenience store.