Wismer Center, in the heart of campus, serves as Ursinus’s student center and features a variety of dining options.
Ursinus College Dining Services has designed a meal program guaranteed to meet your individual needs. You’ve got plenty on your mind, so we make sure that you won’t have to worry about finding something great to eat when you want it.
You can relax and enjoy a sit-down meal in the all-you-care-to-eat Wismer Center Dining Hall which is the main dining hall on the upper level, or order a la carte from Zack’s Food Court, which is located on the lower level. It features SubConnection, Wholly Habaneros, Grill155 and Jazzman’s Café and Bakery.
Short on time? The Smart Market Convenience Store (better known as the C-Store) features ready-made salads, sandwiches, desserts and snacks so you can grab and go. Head over to the Floy Lewis Bakes sports complex and grab healthy fare such smoothies and wraps at Natural!
Our Simple Servings station offers meals prepared without the allergens milk, eggs, wheat, soy, shellfish, peanuts or tree nuts. All foods at this station are also gluten-free. Another feature is our My Zone station which is a gluten-free, peanut and tree-nut free area reserved for people with allergies and other special diet needs.
Vegetarian and vegan options are also offered daily.
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner are posted regularly. Check out what’s on the menu
Bear Bucks are voluntary funds that can be deposited on student meal cards and can be used at on-campus merchants. Bear Bucks
Allergies & Dietary Restrictions
For additional information on how Dining Services accommodates students with medical needs, such as allergies, visit Allergies & Dietary Restrictions
Hungry for more?
For the specifics on meals plans, menus, nutrition, and special dietary needs, visit the Dining Services website.
Purchasing local products is a regular occurrence at Ursinus. It is important to support our local farmers, and by doing so, we are being sustainable and reducing the amount of emissions expended into the atmosphere. Dining Services also works with the local Ursinus College Farm to feature produce grown right here on campus. Learn more about our local initiatives. It’s all part of the Better Tomorrow Plan, which also includes efforts to reduce waste, water usage, and carbon intensity, and promote choices with less sugar, salt, and fat. One of the ways Dining Service strives to accomplish these goals is by working with Wismer on Wheels, which is an Ursinus College student ran organization which takes unused food from Dining Services and donates it to a food bank. By doing this, Wismer on Wheels and Dining Services can ensure this food goes to feeding people, not landfills. In addition, Ursinus College Dining Services was recently awarded with the 2016 EPA Food Recovery Challenge College and Universities Award for their work with Wismer on Wheels.