For now, the kiosk is open to all students and faculty, Mon.-Thurs. from 5:30pm – 8:15pm. The kiosk offers a variety of drinks, fruit, snacks, sandwiches and salads. Food Service Director, Tim Dawes, says business is picking up and if business increases more choices may be offered. These options would include hot foods, candy bars and ice-cream sandwiches. It may even be open in the morning.
Jensen Dining Hall's staff members manage the kiosk. Dawes says that people inquired about the kiosk. So, Sage Dining Services, who provides food for the student meal plans, opened it. Jim Fisher, Vice President for Finance and Administration, approached Dawes and asked if he would manage it. Dawes agreed.
For over a year, the Harry R. Brooks Complex for Science, Mathematics and Technology has been open for student and faculty use. This high tech building contains two computer labs, a student lounge, a full size auditorium, classrooms, lab space, and an eye-catching water wall. Come down to the Science Center Kiosk to buy a quick bite to eat before class or during a break.