The University dining hall is open seven days a week during the fall and spring semesters and offers a full board plan for resident students. Non-resident students may also purchase a meal plan or put money on their ID card in the Express Center. Hours of operation are posted in the dining hall and published on MyCSM. Christina’s Place, located in the Hixson Lied Commons, sells hot and cold beverages along with breakfast and lunch items.
College of Saint Mary Food Service is provided by Chartwells. With monthly features, theme, and holiday meals, your dining experience will be great. The dining hall is open to all on the CSM campus – residents on the board plan, non-resident students and for any guests that may want to join you in the Dining Hall. Additional Dining Hall information can be found in Chartwells Dining Hall Rules and Regulations for 2020/2021 School Year in Appendix A.
Non-resident students may purchase a voluntary food plan at the Express Center.
Take a break from your studies, or just hang out and relax at the Coffee Shop at Christina’s Place. Enjoy your favorite espresso, tea, or fruit smoothie. The coffee shop offers a light breakfast of muffins, danishes and rolls. For lunch and dinner, pick up a sandwich, soup, or salad, or if you just want a snack, come enjoy fresh baked cookies, brownies, crispy rice treats or fruit.
Christina’s Place also offers a themed specialty “stop” that students choose at the end of each year. This year’s theme is Tu Taco, a street taco cantina that pays homage to Tex-Mex and Cali influences with a simple menu. Tu Taco at CSM will offer breakfast, lunch, and dinner options beyond just tacos with burritos and bowls as well. The proteins and sauces are varied with a create your own option.