Dining Furman University

Dining at Furman is more than just a meal. It's a culinary experience that you won't find on other college campuses. Where else can you grab a bite with your friends, and eat by the lake?

With three dining locations, you’ll find plenty of variety and convenience. Not to mention good food. Let our chefs meet your dietary needs.

Meal plans

First-year students are required to purchase an unlimited meal plan. With this plan, you'll be able to dine in our all-you-care-to-eat dining hall, or pick up items in one of our service locations. You'll have access to this plan through your student ID card. Learn how the meal plan works.

Dining locations

The Charles E. Daniel Dining Hall is the hot spot for campus food. But if you're in the mood for something different, there are plenty of choices. Choose from a variety of dining options, including Chick-Fil-A, Moe's Southwest Grille and Einstein Bros. Bagels.

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