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The Commons

 ENC's cafeteria, The Commons, is located in the Mann Student Center and offers a wide variety of delicious breakfast, lunch, and dinner items.

Hours of operation are as follows:

 Monday - Friday  
7:00am to 8:30am Hot Breakfast
11:30am to 2:00pm Lunch
5:00pm to 7:00pm Dinner
 Saturday  
8:00am to 9:00am     Hot Breakfast
11:30am to 1:00pm Brunch
5:00pm to 6:00pm Dinner
 Sunday  
8:00am to 9:00am Continental
12:15pm to 1:15pm Lunch
5:00pm to 6:00pm Dinner

The College dining hall (The Commons) provides meals prepared by Pioneer College Caterers, Inc. Students who reside in residence halls are required to be on a meal plan:

**Starting Fall 2013 all students on campus will be on an Unlimited Continuous Meal Plan. This means that a student with a valid ID can enter the Dining Commons as many times as they would like during the 7am-7pm meal period Monday through Friday. Each time a student enters the Dining Commons, they will need to check in with the cashier. All meals/snacks etc. will need to be accounted for.

** Each meal plan is also accompanied by $50.00 of Cub Cash. Cub Cash (a debit account) can be used in the Dugout and Hebrews Café.

Students on all meal plans will be able to transfer up to 15 meals per semester in the Dugout. A menu as well as meal times will be posted for transfer meals.

All persons entering The Commons must show their valid school ID or pay for meals at the door. Individual meals may also be purchased. Bagged meals will be provided for students on a meal plan who are missing regular meal times when arrangements are made at least 24 hours in advance. The posted meal times will be strictly enforced.

All meals from meal plans are non-transferable from one person to another. No one is permitted to enter The Commons using a meal pass or student ID other than his/her own. If a student enters The Commons using his/her student ID or meal pass and decides not to eat a meal, the meal credit will be forfeited. Unused meals in a given week cannot be credited to a student’s meal plan for future weeks.

Meal plan exemption requests must be completed and submitted to the Student Development Office one month prior to the beginning of the semester and are only granted in extreme medical conditions which cannot be met by Pioneer College Caterers in consultation with their nutritionist.

Paying for a meal (by cash or through use of a meal plan) entitles the individual to unlimited servings during that meal time. However, food, drinks, etc. cannot be carried out of the dining room (the only exception is an ice cream cone or single piece of fruit).

Throwing food or any other objects in the dining room may result in suspension from the dining room, as well as disciplinary action. The dining room’s silverware, dishes, bowls, glasses, etc. may not be taken from the Commons. This is considered theft.

The Dugout

The Dugout is a grill and snack bar located in the Mann Student Center offering soups, salads, sandwiches, subs, pizza, burgers, hot and cold beverages, and much more. For those on the Meal Plan, Transfer Meals are available at the Dugout from 11:00am to 3:00pm and 5:00pm to 9:00pm on weekdays.

Hours of operation are as follows:  

Monday - Friday  
8:00am to 3:00pm Hot Off The Grill
(Grill & Fryer closes at 2:30pm)
5:00pm to 11:00pm

Open

The Dugout offers a limited menu of food, made to order for each customer.In addition to any of the meal plans, students and members of the community who have valid college IDs, can establish a declining balance account via their ENC ID card. These declining balance dollars, called “Cub Cash” can be prepaid at the college cashier’s office and at the Food Service Director’s office in the form of cash or check. Each dollar that is purchased for “Cub Cash” will be credited with a 10% bonus (for example, a $25 purchase earns $27.50 of spending credit). A balance at the end of the fall semester will carry over to the spring semester. However, any dollars left at the end of the academic year will be forfeited.  Money for “Cub Cash” can be purchased anytime during the academic year. Cub cash stays on their ID card and can not be refunded.  

Hebrews Cafe

Hebrews Café offers Starbucks coffee products. Coffee is freshly brewed every two hours, with varieties of coffee rotated on a daily basis. Hot beverages as well as cold beverages are offered. Assortment of pastries, cookies and other favorites are rotated in our pastry display area. For those non-coffee lovers, fruit juices and other variety of bottled drinks are available. 

Hours of operation are as follows: 

Monday - Friday   7:30am-Noon
Monday - Friday   2:00pm-4:30pm
Sunday - Thursday   8:00pm-Midnight

College Store

The College Store sells a variety of snacks and beverages.

Local Restaurants

New to the Quincy area, or want to try something different? Click here to explore local off-campus dining options.



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