End of Spring Semester and Summer Hours of Operation

Dining Service meal plans for the fall 2021 and spring 2022 academic year (including meal plan swipes and Dining Dollars) expire at 9 p.m. on Saturday, May 14, 2022. This does not mean that all locations close at 9 p.m. View the hours at the link below for various units to see when most dining locations will close for the spring 2022 semester.

Summer meal plans are effective from Sunday, May 15 thru Thursday, August 11, 2022.

View a list of hours on the summer hours webpage.

Ingredients and Nutritional Information

Ingredients and Nutritional Information

Selections on the all you care to eat salad bar at one of the dining centers

University Dining Services makes every effort to label menu items being served in dining areas. The NetNutrition® program is available as an online tool that can assist you in making wise choices to meet your nutrition goals and assist with dietary needs when dining with University Dining Services. Nutrition data, ingredients, top nine allergens, gluten, vegan, vegetarian, and local Nebraska ingredients (Nebraska. Local.) are identified using the program. The absence of an allergen or gluten listed on the labeling is not a guarantee that the product is free from the allergen or gluten. At times, menu items may not be posted, and the possibility exists that the nutrition data, ingredients, top nine allergens, gluten, vegan, vegetarian, and Nebraska. Local. data may vary from what is posted due to recipe substitutions, portion sizes, and other factors. Manufacturers may change the formulation of the food without our knowledge and accurate nutrition information, ingredients, allergen, and gluten for certain products(s) may not be available. Be aware that due to food items being prepared in shared kitchens with shared equipment, we are unable to guarantee the absence of cross-contact of gluten or allergens during food preparation. Any customers concerned about food ingredients should be aware of these risks and proactive in their food choices.

It is ultimately the responsibility of the customer to decide whether to eat certain foods. The University will not assume any liability for adverse reactions to foods consumed or items one may come into contact with while eating at a University establishment. For questions regarding dietary needs or any other questions about the food, please consult the dining manager of the specific dining center or the assistant director for University Dining Services. If you believe you may have disability-related food allergies or other dietary needs related to a disability, please contact the Director of Services for Students with Disabilities at (402) 472-3787.