Student Center

Dining Services

Student Center Director’s Office
2nd Floor Student Center - across from the Beaver Dam
(701) 858-3364

Students' dining experience is more than great food. It is community experience centered on culinary expertise, fresh ingredients, healthy options and a shared sense of environmental and social responsibility. Our team is committed to creating the best possible dining experience. Join us to experience the comfort, convenience, outstanding food and inviting atmosphere designed especially for students.

How to Obtain Meals

Dining Locations

  • The Beaver Creek Café is located on the second floor of the Student Center. Our dining program has been designed with students in mind. Flexibility, varied hours and a choice of dining locations will enable students to find the perfect place at the perfect time. Features a wide variety of fresh food to satisfy everyone’s appetite with food choices to rival students' favorite restaurants. These choices include fresh salads, authentic pizza, a traditional grill platform and a variety of home-style comfort foods. The icing on the cake is our indulgence station featuring a variety of fresh baked desserts.
  • Wake up and smell the fresh brewed coffee from the Java Lodge! Complement a coffee with a fresh bakery item or grab and go sandwich or salad.
  • The Convenience store is located on the second floor of the Student Center. Grab a favorite soda or snack or stock up for the weekend with milk and frozen meals.

Dietary Requirement and Sick Trays

Our Dining Services team can accommodate most special dietary requirements. If students are vegetarian, vegan or require gluten free products, they can simply visit the Dining Services office and let us know. Sick trays are also available for students with a meal plan. If a student is feeling under the weather and would like to order a sick tray, he/she can call Dining Services at (701) 858-4465.

Parking

All vehicles parked on the campus must have a parking permit. Permits are available in the Parking Office in Facilities Management. Parking areas are identified as "E" for Employees, "S" for Students, and "S/E" for lots where employees or students may park.  Refunds are available by the semester, if one no longer wishes to park on campus. Campus parking is supervised; tickets will be issued and cars improperly parked will be towed at the owner’s expense. Further information may be obtained by contacting the Parking Office at the mail room/information center in the  Administration Building or at 701-858-3318.