NMU Dining wants to ensure that we are meeting or exceeding your needs. It is our privilege to serve students and let them know what we are doing to address their concerns.
In partnership with ASNMU, Dining Services participates in year round discussions to hear students' comments or concerns. These programs are listed below:
The Food Advisory Board is comprised of student representatives selected by ASNMU from each residential hall and off campus dining patrons.
This group meets several times a semester with Dining staff to discuss the Residential Dining Facilities, Retail operations, and the convenience store.
This program, hosted by ASNMU and Dining Services, is open for anyone to attend. It is an open discussion for Q's and A's. Let's Chat meetings happen several times a semester. You can click below to download the notes from the last "Let's Chat" meeting.View Meeting Notes
If you cannot attend an upcoming meeting comment cards are available in all dining locations on campus. You may also email Dining@nmu.edu with your ideas, concerns, or thoughts. Thank you.
Here are examples of how NMU Dining has responding to student feedback:
|December 2012||Starbucks||Starbucks hours are extended for the LRC's All Night Study Lounge|
|November 2012||MP & Website||Current sustainability initiatives launched on website at at MP's Local Harvest Dinner|
|September 2012||MP & Den||Gluten Free stations with special diet food items are added to the MP and Den|
|August 2012||Website||MyMenu is launched giving students access to more specific nutritional data for multiple dining locations|
|August 2012||Marketplace||Late Night is launched.|
|January 2012||Marketplace||"Meals on the Go" application forms are now available on the NMU Dining website. This program allows accepted students in the program to use a meal swipe in exchange for a box lunch to take with them if they will miss a meal.|
|December 2011||Learning Resources Cencter||Starbucks® and Fieras will be open for "Late Night" hours during the week before and week of Finals.|
|November 2011||Marketplace||Omelets were served in the Marketplace as part of a special Brinner meal on Nov. 27th from 5:00 – 9:00 p.m.|
|October 2011||MP, Den & UC||An 8-grain bread was also added to the Deli stations at the Marketplace and The Wildcat Den. Additionally, Dining services assisted in the sponsorship of Let's Make a Difference Day.|