Northland College is proud to have a strong local foods initiative. We’re already half way to our goal of having eighty percent of the food served on campus supplied from local sources. Currently nearly twenty farms and businesses within one hundred miles of campus, as well as our very own campus gardens, supply the cafeteria with vegetables, fruits, herbs, jams, cider, pork, beef, Lake Superior fish, flour, cheese, eggs, fermented vegetables, bread, granola, honey, maple syrup, ice cream, and coffee.

In addition to sourcing as much local food as we can, we do our best to keep you and the planet healthy by using cage free eggs, antibiotic-free chicken and pork, sustainable seafood, and zero trans fats oils in all our cooking.

Dining Hall Hours

Breakfast
Monday-Friday: 7:30-9 am

Lunch
Monday-Friday: 11 am-1 pm
Saturday, Sunday: 11am-12:30 pm

Dinner
Monday-Thursday: 4:30-7 pm
Friday-Sunday: 4:30-6 pm

2017-18 Meal Plan Pricing

First-year students must pick one of the top three options. Students residing in the townhouses, MELLC apartments, and college-owned houses may select from any option, but are required to have a meal plan. Off-campus students may also select from any option.

$5,612 per year Meal Plan

  • 240 meals during fall term
  • 300 meals during winter/spring term
  • $20 flex/term for Baldwin Commons or Campus Store

$5,079 per year Meal Plan

  • 175 meals during fall term
  • 225 meals during winter/spring term
  • $20 flex/term for Baldwin Commons or Campus Store

$4,817 per year Meal Plan

  • 160 meals during the fall term
  • 180 meals during the winter/spring term
  • $100 flex/term for Baldwin Commons or Campus Store

$2,707 per year Meal Plan

  • 65 meals in the fall term
  • 81 meals in the winter/spring term
  • $150 flex/term for Baldwin Commons or Campus Store

Students may use meals in the Baldwin Commons dining hall or transfer them to the Campus Store. The Baldwin Commons serves three meals each weekday. Brunch and dinner are served on the weekends. The Campus Store is open seven days per week.

All meal plans come with Flex dollars, which allows students to purchase extra meals in the dining hall and food items in the Campus Store. Flex dollars carry through to commencement day of each academic year (provided the student has a valid meal plan).

Change Your Meal Plan

Students have the option to change their meal plans at the beginning of each semester through 4PM on the last day to add a class each term—approximately two weeks into the term.

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Contact Chartwells Food Service

For more information, please contact Chartwells Food Service at Northland College, 715-682-1339, or go to the dining guide which features upcoming events in the cafeteria and other useful information such as Chartwells’ catering options.