Some students are experiencing dissatisfaction with dining halls’ food quality over one year after the college transitioned to in-house dining.
In terms of quality, students are still complaining about the things meant to have changed. The quality of the food remains questionable at times.
In response to concerns that students with food allergies were having negative experiences in the Ithaca College dining halls, Dining Services held a feedback session.
When students are up late studying or finish class or a work shift after the dining halls close, it’s doubtful they would want to go through the hassle of taking a bus or driving downtown to find food.