Students who live in traditional style campus residence halls are required to participate in a resident meal plan. Residential Meal Plan enrollment is per semester.
Homestyles - Featuring comfort foods, Recipes from Home and regional favorites
Clarity - A rotating variety of entrée style menu selections free of the top 8 major allergens
The Met Grill - Sizzling grilled sandwiches, classic burgers and your favorite traditional sides
Trattoria - Fresh signature pizzas and pastas
Umami - Traditional rolled sushi selections
nutriBar - fresh salad produce with a focus on local and seasonal
Fresh to Go! - featuring fresh deli sandwiches, wraps, snack cups, heat-and-enjoy Minute Meals, sushi and more
Smoke & Fire - fresh grill and traditional entrée choices
Blue Fin Seafood - ethically sourced fresh seafood, house-made chowders, seafood entrée salads and more
Roots - an enticing collection of exclusively plant-forward meals
Fusion - Tour the globe and savor authentic, global cuisine with our rotating cultural inspired menu selections
convenient and flexible
Hawkbucks are available to all students and are accepted at ALL on-campus dining facilities.
In addition to all on-campus dining facilities, Hawkbucks can also be used at the College’s bookstore, mailroom and on select on-campus vending machines.
Hawkbucks never expire and are refunded upon graduation or withdrawal from the College.
Funds can be added to students Hawkbucks accounts at any time by visiting www.get.cbord.com/anselm
The student can meet with the Director of Culinary Operations to learn how to safely navigate the dining venues and discuss appropriate dining options.
The student is responsible for communicating any questions or concerns to the Director of Culinary Operations or dining supervisors in the dining venues. We always recommend personal interaction with our management team to obtain the most accurate information at the time of meal service.
Brian Csaky | Director of Culinary | firstname.lastname@example.org
Please report your food allergy to Saint Anselm Health Services Department at 603.641.7029 prior to arrival on campus. Students must provide current and appropriate medical documentation to the Director of Health Services to support their request for a medically necessary diet and will be asked to sign a release so that this information can be related to Dining Services.
Should a you need further assistance regarding food allergies or dietary restrictions, please contact Health Services. The requested health information will be kept on file by the Saint Anselm Health Services Department.