Dining Services Altered, Take-out Option Available


Sodexo has made some adjustments to its service in order to provide students multiple dining options and limit their possible exposure to the coronavirus.

Ryle Hall and Centennial Hall will offer extended service hours and meal pick-up services throughout the fall. The first half hour during lunch and dinner will be utilized for carry-out only. Sit-down and carry-out options will be available throughout the remainder of the meal period.

Missouri Hall dining will be closed during the semester. This decision was made because fewer students will be living on campus this semester, and it allows Sodexo to more easily conduct altered protocols in response to coronavirus concerns.

The capacities of the dining halls have been adjusted in consultation with CDC guidelines and the Adair County Health Department, and multiple safety protocols have been instituted for the well-being of students, faculty and staff. All dining areas and service areas will be sanitized regularly and monitored by attendants. Social distancing signs will be in place, as well signs to manage the flow of traffic, and all Sodexo staff will wear masks as well as other necessary personal protective equipment.
Once the capacity of a dining location is full guests have the option to do a carry-out order or wait for seating to become available. Sodexo is asking those who choose to dine in to observe a 30-minute window so everyone can be accommodated and staff can sanitize before and after each guest.

All self-service items will be served by a Sodexo staff member to prevent any cross contamination. Reusable bottles or containers will not be allowed in dining halls in order to limit the risk of potential outbreak.   
To see the Sodexo hours of operation, visit truman.sodexomyway.com/dining-near-me/hours.
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