We've worked hard to build a campus that invites you to play hard and study harder, starting by crafting a comfortable and supportive living environment for all students. Living on campus means you'll have access to dining halls, communal spaces and study areas, all on our pleasant, tree-shaded campus.

  • Neighborhood Restaurants

    Our campus sits in an urban neighborhood dotted by a wide variety of restaurants. You'll find authentic cuisine from around the world just on our doorstep—Thai, Mediterranean, Japanese, Mexican and many others are located within a few blocks of campus. Other popular spots—The Pioneer, Crimson and Gold, and Asbury Provisions—offer pub fare, big-screen TVs broadcasting DU hockey games and places to meet other students.

    Restaurant Guide

  • Meal Plans

    Dining at DU is a campus-wide experience every meal plan comes with meal swipes to use at The Rebecca Chopp Grand Central Market. There are plans for students living on-campus and commuter students to fit each individual student’s needs.

    Meal Plans

  • Special Dietary Options

    We gladly accommodate medical dietary needs, and we encourage students to arrange a one-on-one meeting with our dining managers and nutritionists to ensure we're providing quality food that meets your nutritional requirements.

    Special Dietary Options

  • DU Dining - What's Open Near Me?

    View a map of dining locations, operational hours and menus.

    Dining Map

  • Frequently Asked Questions

    Find answers to frequently asked questions, from dining options to meal plan details.