Dozens of college and university campus dining halls have already become part of the widespread Meatless Monday movement.
Students, campus associations and food service professionals encourage on-campus diners to try vegetarian dishes, unique ethnic cuisines, and delectable meat free dishes, while dining halls use the opportunity to showcase the bounty of fruits and vegetables of local produce farmers. Whatever the reason, we welcome all students, faculty and staff to the Meatless Monday family.
Download Meatless Monday’s Campus toolkit on how you can bring Meatless Monday to your college or university campus. And be sure to check out our free promos like table tents, posters and more that can be used in dining halls and for tabling.
David George, the director of food services at Syracuse University has been working to bring Meatless Mondays to the school’s 19,600 students. (read more)
The University of California system is an excellent example of how colleges are bringing our program to life with spirit, humor and creativity. (read more)
JHU Dining’s Executive Chef Michael Gueiss, said he was excited to bring Meatless Monday on campus. (read more)