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.
Like Batman and Robin, hats and scarves, or Guac and Chips, some things are better in pairs. Just like the words “Monday” and “healthy.” (read more)
Miami University of Ohio and SUNY Binghamton in New York have each launched the initiative at the urging of their students, tailoring the program to suit the cultures of their respective campuses. (read more)
Recently, no less than seven campuses have committed to the movement, opting for a flexible and plant-based menu for a variety of reasons from cost savings to health. (read more)