Incentives tide students over during cafeteria renovations
April 13—At Michigan State University dining services is offering students a few incentives to get them by during the renovation of Shaw Dining Hall.
While the cafeteria is closed next fall students will be offered carryout food in a snack room in the lower level of Shaw. Food such as sandwiches, salads, cereal and a variety of snacks will be available. Residents also will receive a free bus pass so they can eat at other dining locations across campus and an additional two Combo-X-Changes, giving them a total of three Combo-X-Changes per day.
The $13.95 million renovations will begin at the end of the spring semester and are expected to be completed by December.