Dining Halls and Grab-n-Go
It’s still a great idea to order food for delivery or takeaway from restaurants. Curbside, takeout and delivery services are available at most restaurants. Some restaurants offer outdoor seating and/or have limited indoor seating. Check with local restaurants on their dining options and safety measures.
Consider ordering groceries and food supplies for delivery or pickup. You are able to go into grocery stores but must wear a face covering and follow physical distancing protocols.
- Before entering and after exiting the grocery store or market, use a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol.
- When you get home, and before preparing or eating food, wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
Where You Can Eat
There are many great outdoor spaces on campus where you can eat and still maintain distance, such as patios and fields like Farrand, Norlin Quad, Kittredge fields, as well as local parks. Students can eat by themselves in study spots by following the guidance on the Study Spots page.
If meeting with friends, keep it to 10 people from no more than two households.
Reminder: A household is composed of one or more people who occupy a housing unit. On campus, your household is defined as your roommate. Off campus, household means your roommates and anyone who lives in a dwelling with you.
While moving about the community or campus, you must wear your face covering and stay at least 6 feet away from others.