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Dining & Meal Plans

At Babson College Dining, we strive to exceed expectations by tailoring programs, servic​es, and dining venues to meet the needs of the students and the entire Babson community.

Our programs and services reflect the diversity and spirit of Babson College. There are multiple meal plan options available varying in points to satisfy any lifestyle on campus. In addition, Babson’s dining program includes 10 retail destinations including Dunkin Donuts and a We Proudly Serve Starbucks, a resident dining hall, and Smoothie Lab.

Some highlights of our dining program are:

  • ​​24hr dining solutions with smart markets
  • Regional-inspired menu offerings using local produce and authentic ingredients
  • Allergen-free and Vegan destinations at Trim Dining
  • Monthly events and promotions to ensure our guests are receiving the best value possible​

Babson, in collaboration with our partners in Babson College Dining​, makes every effort to support students with food allergies/Celiac Disease and other medical dietary restrictions. We ask that students with these nutritional concerns complete the Nutrition Outreach Form to arrange a meeting with Babson Dining Services' Registered Dietitian, Shavaun Cloran.

Students seeking nutrition counseling can meet with Babson College Dining's Registered Dietitian, Alison Doak, to receive nutrition education that is tailored specifically to meet each student's individual needs. Appointments can be made contacting Health Services at 781-239-6363.

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Nut Allergen Statement

To Our Students/Customers with Peanut and Tree Nut Allergies:

Trim Dining Hall is a facility that produces menu items from a standardized recipe base; the recipes are strictly followed to the best of our ability.  We offer a large variety of menu items that do not require nuts or nut oils and we also offer menu items that call for nuts and nut oils. Those food items containing nuts are clearly identified; however, our foods are produced in an environment with shared equipment utilizing nuts therefore we are not considered a “nut free” environment. We also purchase some items that may be processed in a facilities or on equipment that processes nuts.

Please feel welcome to ask for recipe preparation or product ingredient label information from one of our Food Allergen Trained Staff to assist you in your menu selection.

Thank you,
Babson College Dining