Texas university offers new dining options on campus this fall

The University of Texas at Dallas has expanded their dining services by 50 percent since 2010.

Sept. 12—Changes in menu items, hours of operation and dining options were implemented this fall as UTD works to better match demand.

Alison Jenkins, marketing manager of Dining Services, said there has been a 50 percent expansion in dining since 2010. 

“With the influx of (more) students, we felt responsible to have extra seating,” said Carrie Chutes, manager of Auxiliary Services. “So we have strategized from a seating standpoint at all of our venues. We are also putting steps in place for further expansion, which would be the opening of a second dining hall next fall.”