A brand new, state-of-the-art dining hall with an open-concept kitchen will debut in August.
Menu items will be made to order. An enhanced salad bar and 7-day-a-week sushi station make student requests a reality. The hall features True Balance, a station with menus that eliminate seven of the top eight food allergens: milk, eggs, crustacean shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, soy and wheat. It will be the only one of its kind in South Florida.
The Fraser Dining Hall renovation – which was in progress before COVID-19 – conveniently provides more open space for social distancing. Menus have been redesigned to reduce touch.
The newly designed and renovated Lassiter Student Center features a coffee shop and a reimagined convenience market to help with on-the-go needs.
An apartment-style residence hall also is opening this fall. The eight-story building consists of 154 one and two-bedroom units. The residence has community and private study spaces, as well as large meeting rooms, on each floor.
Photo 1: The new Fraser Dining Hall, which has an open-concept kitchen, debuts in August.
Photo 2: The reimagined Lassiter Student Center includes a coffee bar.